Tyler Childers announces 2019 tour dates

By Matt Wickstrom

Tyler Childers performing at The Moonshiner’s Ball in Irvine, Ky., on May 20, 2017.

NEW YORK, NY — Lawrence County, Kentucky, native Tyler Childers has announced a slew of new headlining tour dates in 2019 that includes a two night run at Covington, Ky.’s Madison Theatre on March 27 and 28. Other new tour stops include Houston, New Orleans and Charleston, SC; among others. View Childers’ tour itinerary below.

Childers’ stock has soared since the August 2017 release of debut album Purgatory, with the artist selling out shows across the country, making debut appearances at a number of locations including Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry and Ryman Coliseum and winning the AMA’s Emerging Artist of the Year, among other feats.

Many of Childers’ songs, — most notably “Lady May” — refer to wife Senora May, a singer-songwriter herself who recently released her debut Lainhart in September. She’ll be talking about that and much more when she joins host Matt Wickstrom for Wick’s Picks on Lexington Community Radio on Monday, Dec. 17. Other guests for the show include Rachel Crowe and special guest host Alexis Faye. Listen on the dial at 93.9 FM or online at lexingtoncommunityradio.org.

Tyler Childers Tour Dates

  • Dec. 11—Tulsa, Ok.—Cain’s Ballroom (SOLD OUT)
  • Dec. 12—New Braunfels, Tx.—Gruene Hall (SOLD OUT)
  • Dec. 13—New Braunfels, Tx.—Gruene Hall (SOLD OUT)
  • Dec. 15—Oklahoma City, Ok.—Tower Theater (SOLD OUT)
  • Dec. 16—Dallas, Tx.—The Rustic (SOLD OUT)
  • Dec. 29—Louisville, Ky.—Louisville Palace (SOLD OUT)
  • Dec. 30—Louisville, Ky.—Louisville Palace (SOLD OUT)
  • Dec. 31—Louisville, Ky.—Louisville Palace (SOLD OUT)
  • Feb. 1—Key West, Fl.—Mile 0 Fest
  • Feb. 15-16—Playa del Carmen, Mexico—Dave Matthew and Tim Reynolds Riviera Maya
  • Feb. 17—Tampa, Fl.—Whigfest Music & Arts Festival
  • Feb. 27—Takapuna Beach, New Zealand—Bruce Mason Centre*
  • Feb. 28—Christchurch, New Zealand—Isaac Theatre Royal*
  • March 2—Wellington, New Zealand—TSB Bank Arena*
  • March 5—Fortitude Valley, Australia—The Tivoli*
  • March 7—St. Kilda, Australia—Palais Theatre*
  • March 9—Sydney, Australia—The State Theatre*
  • March 27—Covington, Ky.—Madison Theater
  • March 28—Covington, Ky.—Madison Theater
  • March 30—Peoria, Il.—Monarch Music Hall
  • March 31—Bloomington, In.—Bluebird Nightclub
  • April 5—Fort Worth, Tx.—Billy Bob’s
  • April 6—Austin, Tx.—Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater
  • April 11—Houston, Tx.—The Lawn at White Oak Music Hall
  • April 12—New Braunfels, Tx.—WhiteWater Amphitheater†
  • April 13—New Braunfels, Tx.—WhiteWater Amphitheater†
  • April 16—Baton Rouge, La.—Varsity Theatre
  • April 17—New Orleans, La.—Civic Theatre
  • April 19—Mobile, Al.—Soul Kitchen
  • April 20—Columbia, SC—The Senate
  • April 24—Charleston, SC—Charleston Music Hall
  • April 26—Wilkesboro, NC—MerleFest
  • April 28—Rocky Mount, Va.—Harvester Performance Center
  • May 3-5—Atlanta, Ga.—Shaky Knees Music Festival
  • May 17—Knoxville, Tn.—Rhythm N’ Blooms Festival
  • July 24-28—Floyd, Va.—FloydFest
  • Nov. 11-15—Punta Cana, Dominican Republic—All the Best Fest

*with John Prine
†with Willie Nelson
BOLD on-sale this Friday, Dec. 14 at 10 a.m. local time


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3 Comments Add yours

  1. Alex Stevens says:

    Great article regarding the schedule and tour. Thanks for sharing your post.

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