Country Tours

Whiskey Myers Extend 2024 Tour

Whiskey Myers has extended their 2024 tour into the fall with the announcement of 12 additional shows. The in-demand run will pick back up later this month and wrap up in Texas in November. RELATED: 2024 Country Music Festivals Scheduled Across The U.S. The multi-platinum band will be joined out on the road by special guests JJ Grey and Mofro, 49 Winchester, Southhall, Colby Acuff, Angel White, and Cam Allen. "We can’t wait to see y’all out on the road this year if we haven’t already! We’ve added a few more dates and presale starts tomorrow morning. Download the app to get your presale code first. Tag a friend and comment where you are going to see us for a chance to WIN a pair of tickets," Whiskey Myers posted on Instagram. Whiskey Myers' upcoming shows in April and May include stops in Palestine, Texas, Little Rock, Arkansas, Park City, Kansas, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Peoria, Illinois, Rogers, Arkansan, and Camdenton, Montana. Not only is the band headlining a tour this year, but John Jeffers, Cody Tate, Cody Camron, Jamey Gleaver, Tony Kent, and Jeff Hogg of Whiskey Myers are also direct support to Brandi Carlile, Hank Williams Jr., and Zach Bryan for select dates. On Saturday, Whiskey Myers will return to their hometown of Palestine, Texas for their own 'Wiggy Thump Festival' with Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Brent Cobb, and Joey Greer. The show follows their headlining performance at RodeoHouston last month. Fans can click here to see a full list of the previously announced dates for 2024. New Dates: Sept. 20            Cape Girardeau, Mo.  ||  Show Me Center Oct. 17             Huntsville, Ala.  ||  Orion Amphitheater Oct. 18             Alpharetta, Ga.  ||  Ameris Bank Amphitheater Oct. 20             Johnson City, Tenn.  ||  Freedom Hall Oct. 23             Wilmington, N.C.  ||  Live Oak Bank Pavilion Oct. 24             Charlottesville, Va.  ||  Ting Pavilion Oct. 26             Wilmington, N.C.  ||  Live Oak Bank Pavilion Oct. 28             Dothan, Ala.  ||  Civic Center Oct. 30             Baton Rouge, La.  ||  Raising Cane’s Arena Nov. 1              Tulsa, Okla.  ||  BOK Center Nov. 2              Dallas, Texas  ||  Dos Equis Pavilion [select-am am_id="51941" syndication_name="country-concert-tees-for-your-summer-concert-schedule"]

More Country Tours