Brent Cobb Playing Stages Big and Small Ahead of New Album

photo: Michael Smith

Brent Cobb comes across as one of those country music performers who’s not particularly interested in country music superstardom. He’s cool with just writing and singing good songs for good people, and making sure that there’s time left over for fishing and hanging out with his family over anything else.

That’s not just Brent Cobb’s philosophy in his career. That’s the philosophy embedded in his music—to enjoy the simple things, to be appreciative for what you’ve got as opposed to envying what you don’t, and being a good person above everything else.

Cobb is not one who’s going to log 280 live dates a year. But the back half of 2023 has him taking some very very big stages helping to represent the independent side of country music to mainstream audiences, as well as playing shows in more intimate settings for folks who appreciate seeing their favorite artists more up front and personal.

Starting in July, Brent Cobb will be opening numerous stadium shows for Luke Combs who’s cut Cobb songs in the past, and continues to show favor with the performers that he listens to personally as opening acts. Brent will also be playing some festivals like the Caveman Music Festival in Colorado and Bristol Rhythm & Roots in Tennessee in September, and Rebels & Renegades out in California in October.

Brent Cobb also will be playing plenty of headliner shows ahead of his new album Southern Star coming out on September 22nd where you can experience his music in more intimate settings. See the full list of dates below.


June 9—Fort Worth, TX—Billy Bob’s
June 10—Kansas City, MO—GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium*
June 15—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre‡
June 17—St. Louis, MO—Busch Stadium*
June 18—Davenport, IA—The Raccoon Motel
June 20—Minneapolis, MN—The Dakota
June 22—Emigrant, MT—Old Saloon
June 23—Helmville, MT—Old Salt Festival
June 24—Whitefish, MT—Remington Bar
July 7—Tampa, FL—Raymond James Stadium*
July 8—Tampa, FL—Raymond James Stadium*
July 14—Charlotte, NC—Bank of America Stadium*
July 15—Charlotte, NC—Bank of America Stadium*
July 16—Charleston, SC—Charleston Pour House
July 20—Des Moines, IA—Water Works Park‡
July 21—Milwaukee, WI—BMO Harris Pavilion‡
July 22—Foxborough, MA—Gillette Stadium*
July 23—Duluth, MN—Amsoil Arena‡
July 25—Grand Forks, ND—Alerus Center‡
July 28—Philadelphia, PA—Lincoln Financial Field*
July 29—Philadelphia, PA—Lincoln Financial Field*
August 17—Athens, GA—Georgia Theatre
August 18—Raleigh, NC—Lincoln Theatre
August 19—Black Mountain, NC—Silverados+
September 3—Weston, CO—Caveman Music Festival
September 9—Bristol, TN—Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival
September 28—Houston, TX—Last Concert Cafe
September 29—Austin, TX—Parish
September 30—Dallas, TX—Studio at The Factory
October 1—Santa Fe, NM—Tumbleroot Brewery
October 3—Los Angeles, CA—Troubadour
October 4—San Francisco, CA—Great American Music Hall
October 6—Monterey, CA—Rebels & Renegades
October 8—Portland, OR—Aladdin Theater
October 9—Seattle, WA—Tractor Tavern
October 12—Spokane, WA—Lucky You Lounge
October 15—Boulder, CO—Fox Theatre
October 17—Omaha, NE—The Waiting Room
October 18—Kansas City, MO—Knuckleheads
October 20—St. Louis, MO—Off Broadway
October 21—Loudon, TN—Windy Hill Farm and Preserve
November 2—Charlotte, NC—Neighborhood Theatre
November 3—Charlottesville, VA—Jefferson Theater
November 5—Washington, DC—The Hamilton Live
November 6—Cambridge, MA—The Sinclair
November 7—New York, NY—Bowery Ballroom
November 8—Ardmore, PA—Ardmore Music Hall
November 10—Pittsburgh, PA—Thunderbird Café
November 11—Wyandotte, MI—District 142
November 12—Toronto, ON—Horseshoe Tavern
November 15—Birmingham, AL—Saturn
November 16—Chattanooga, TN—Barrelhouse Ballroom
November 17—Atlanta, GA—Terminal West
November 18—Macon, GA—Hargray Capitol Theatre
November 30—Lexington, KY—The Burl
December 1—Nashville, TN—Brooklyn Bowl
December 2—Lake Wales, FL—Orange Blossom Revue
January 13, 2024—Maryville, TN—The Shed

*as part of Luke Combs World Tour
‡supporting Whiskey Myers
+co-headline with The Steel Woods

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