Tyler Childers is Touring In 2023
Tyler Childers and his band The Food Stamps have announced the 2023 “Send in the Hounds Tour” in support of their new album, Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?
The new dates kick off April 14th in New Orleans, LA, and continue with alternating months: May off, June on, July off, August on, until closing with a two-night stand at Red Rocks in September. Throughout, he’ll be joined by a wide and varied collection of special guests including Charley Crockett, Drive-By Truckers, S.G. Goodman, Wayne Graham, Abby Hamilton, Elle King, Marcus King, John R. Miller, Miles Miller, and Margo Price.
It had been over three long years since Childers had released a full lyrical album, so needless to say, it was a breath of fresh air to know that one of the greatest independent country artists this world has ever seen had been spending his time in the dark making music.
However, back when he played his Healing Appalachia virtual benefit concert, he mentioned that he had enjoyed his time off the road from touring, aside from playing a few shows here and there, and many of us were wondering if he’d ever get back on the road again.
But that all changed today, as Childers announced his 2023 Send in the Hounds Tour.
Check out Childers’ full itinerary below, including previously scheduled tour dates. General on-sale for the “Send in the Hounds Tour” begins Friday, November 18th at 9:00 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster, and a Live Nation pre-sale begins November 16th (use code HEADLINER).
December 10—Asheville, NC—Harrah’s Cherokee Center (SOLD OUT)
February 9—London, UK—Islington Assembly Hall
February 10—London, UK—Islington Assembly Hall
April 14—New Orleans, LA—The Fillmore*
April 16—Georgetown, TX—Two Step Inn (SOLD OUT)
April 20—Irving, TX—The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory†
April 22—Rogers, AR—Walmart AMP‡
April 24—Phoenix, AZ—Arizona Financial Theatre#
April 26—Santa Barbara, CA—Santa Barbara Bowl#
April 27—Berkeley, CA—The Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley#
April 30—Indio, CA—Stagecoach
June 6—Detroit, MI—Masonic Temple Theatre+
June 8—Chicago, IL—The Salt Shed^
June 9—Maryland Heights, MO—Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre St. Louis^
June 11—Cleveland, OH—Jacobs Pavilion+
June 14—Minneapolis, MN—The Armory~
June 15—Kansas City, MO—Starlight Theatre~
August 2—New York, NY—Radio City Music Hall×
August 3—New York, NY—Radio City Music Hall×
August 5—Boston, MA—Leader Bank Pavilion
August 6—Portland, ME—Thompson’s Point**
August 10—Philadelphia, PA—The Met
August 11—Columbia, MD—Merriweather Post Pavilion††
August 13—Raleigh, NC—The Red Hat Amphitheater‡‡
August 15—Charlotte, NC—Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre##
August 16—Charlotte, NC—Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre##
August 18—Wilmington, NC—Live Oak Bank Pavilion at Riverfront Park‡‡
August 19—Charleston, SC—Credit One Stadium‡‡
September 27—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre‡‡
September 28—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre++