Tyler Childers Announces Back To Back Shows In CO This Fall
If there's one thing for sure, it's that there is certainly no shortage of country music shows in 2022 - and this year's lineup just keeps getting hotter.
According to multiple announcements/social media posts via Red Rocks Amphitheatre, on Monday (Apr. 25), country/bluegrass singer-songwriter Tyler Childers shared that he'll be headed back to one of Colorado's most popular outdoor concert venues later this year for back to back shows.
As per the Apr. 25 announcement, Tyler Childers has secured two nights at Red Rocks music at the end of September - Wednesday, Sept. 28 and Thursday, Sept. 29.
Childers will be accompanied by Israeli singer, Noga Erez during both of his September shows at the Rocks. In addition, he'll be joined by other supporting acts each night.
On Wednesday the 28th, the country singer-songwriter will be joined by Luna and the Mountain Jets, an Appalachian rock band from Eastern Kentucky.
Then, on Thursday the 29th, Childers will be accompanied by Joslyn & the Sweet Compression.
How + When To Purchase Tickets For Tyler Childers' Red Rocks Shows
Tickets for Tyler Childers' back-to-back shows this September are set to go on sale Friday, April 29 at 10 a.m. via AXS.com and by phone by calling 888-929-7849.
According to 9News, ticket prices for the all-ages concert range from $60 to $125 — plus service fees.
"I hope that I’m doing my people justice, and I hope that maybe someone from somewhere else can get a glimpse of the life of a Kentucky boy," Childers said in regards to his upcoming Colorado shows, 9News reported.
About Tyler Childers
Tyler Childers grew up in Lawrence County, Kentucky. As a boy, he sang for his Free Will Baptist Church congregation and learned a few chords on a guitar given to him by his grandfather.
When it comes to his musical influences, Childers absorbed classic rock that his father took a liking to, along with country artists of the ‘80s, like Alabama, Ricky Skaggs, and Hank Williams Jr.
He started writing songs at 13 and occasionally played them for friends at parties. At 15, when his grandfather died, Childers turned to bluegrass as a way to remember him.
Learn more about Tyler Childers on his official website.