Blackberry Smoke Announces “‘Till The Wheels Fall Off” Tour

Southern Rock revivalists Blackberry Smoke have been touring like mad in 2019, and they’re not stopping anytime soon. Along with a string of acoustic only shows this spring, a full round of electic shows so far this summer, a stint in Europe opening for Lynyrd Skynyrd on their farewell tour along with their own shows, they’re about to go on a 21-date tour with with Tedeschi Trucks Band and Shovels & Rope. Now they’ve added a bunch of new dates for this fall appropriately called ‘Till The Wheels Fall Off Tour, taking them through the South and Midwest, and named after one of the songs on their latest album, Find A Light. The Record Company will support on the new shows.

The new tour dates come as Blackberry Smoke was just bestowed a big opportunity by having numerous songs featured in the new season of the Paramount Network’s Western series starring Kevin Costner called Yellowstone. The band will have eight songs featured throughout the season alongside other country and roots artists such as Whiskey Myers, the Turnpike Troubadours, and Ryan Bingham who were all featured in the season’s first episode which surprised many with its high ratings.

Blackberry Smoke shocked the world when in 2015 their record Holding All The Roses went #1 on the Billboard Country Charts—the first independently-released record to do so in the modern era. Their 2016 record Like An Arrow also went #1, as did their most recent effort, 2018’s Find a Light when factoring in pure album sales. With loyal fans built from both energetic live shows and quality songwriting, Blackberry Smoke represents some of the best in today’s Southern Rock and independent country.

Tickets to the new ‘Till The Wheels Fall Off tour dates go on sale on Friday, June 28.


June 28—Jacksonville, FL—Daily’s Place Amphitheater++
June 29—Boca Raton, FL—Mizner Park Amphitheater++
June 30—St. Petersburg, FL—Al Lang Stadium++
July 3—Orange Beach, AL—The Warf Amphitheater++
July 5—Charleston, SC—Volvo Car Stadium++
July 6—Simpsonville, SC—Heritage Park Amphitheater++
July 7—Charlotte, NC—PNC Music Pavilion++
July 9—Raleigh, NC—Coastal Credit Union Park at Walnut Creek++
July 13—Gilford, NH—Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion++
July 14—Saratoga Springs, NY—Saratoga Performing Arts Center++
July 16—Canandaigua, NY—Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center++
July 17–Filene Center at Wolf Trap–Vienna, VA
July 19—Cincinnati, OH—PNC Pavilion++
July 20—Huber Heights, OH—Rose Music Center at The Heights++
July 21–RiverEdge Park–Aurora, IL
July 23—Rochester Mills, MI—Meadow Brook Amphitheatre++
July 24—Indianapolis, IN—Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park++
July 26—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre++
July 27—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre++
July 30—St. Louis, MO—The Fox Theatre++
July 31—Brandon, MS—Brandon Amphitheater++
August 2—Atlanta, GA—The Fox Theatre++
August 3—Atlanta, GA—The Fox Theatre++

August 17–Moonlight Music Fest–Big Sky, MT
August 24–Druid City Music Festival–Tuscaloosa, AL
September 6–Brooklyn Bowl–New York, NY
September 7–Brooklyn Bowl–New York, NY

September 19 — Orange Peel Outdoor Concert Series–Asheville, NC *
September 21 — MHM Northfield Park – Center Stage–Northfield, OH *
September 22 — 20 Monroe Live–Grand Rapids, MI *
September 24 — The Sylvee–Madison, WI *
September 26 — Palace Theatre–St. Paul, MN *
September 29 — Hoyt Sherman Place–Des Moines, IA *
October 1 — Gillioz Theatre–Springfield, MO *
October 2 — Diamond Ballroom–Oklahoma City, OK *
October 4 — Avondale Brewing Company–Birmingham, AL *
October 5 — Johnny Mercer Theater–Savannah, GA *
October 12–Exit 111 Fest–Manchester, TN *

++with Tedeschi Trucks Band and Shovels & Rope

* with The Record Company

BOLD – On Sale June 28th

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