Charley Crockett Adds to Already Busy 2022 Tour Schedule

Reigning Saving Country Music Artist of the Year Charley Crockett doesn’t need to prove anything to anybody at this point in his career. But despite his recent and continued success, Crockett remains the hardest-working, and hungriest performer out there in country music, taking nothing for granted, and not letting his foot off the pedal, either live or in the studio.

Charley Crockett already had one of the busiest tour schedules in country music in 2022, but he just added onto it with a bunch of new dates, including appearances at Willie Nelson’s traveling Outlaw Music Festival and Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic, Palomino Festival, Bourbon & Beyond Festival, Peacemaker Music Festival, and the Moon River Music Festival.

Just as busy as Charley Crockett is on the road, he’s been equally busy in the studio, churning out albums at a two-per-year clip, including his most recent installment in his Lil’ G.L. tribute series called Jukebox Charley released in April unearthing some obscure cuts from country music’s catacombs to breathe new life into them.

Crockett also continues to be one of the hottest things on Americana radio, with the new album charting last week at #2, and his song “I Feel For You” at #4. See his full list of dates with his band The Blue Drifters below.

Charley Crockett 2022 Tour Dates

June 23 – Fox Theatre – Hays, KS
June 24 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis, MO^
June 25 – Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MI^
June 26 – Ruoff Music Center – Indianapolis, IN^
June 28 – Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua – Bayfield, WI
June 29 – Door Community Auditorium – Fish Creek, WI
June 30 – The Rust Belt – East Moline, IL
July 1 – Ozarks Amphitheater – Camdenton, MO@
July 2 – Dos Equis Pavilion – Dallas TX^
July 3 – Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center – Midland, TX
July 4 – Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic at Q2 Stadium – Austin, TX
July 5 – Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts – Amarillo, TX
July 7 – House of Blues Las Vegas – Las Vegas, NV
July 8 – Bally’s Lake Tahoe – Stateline, NV
July 9 – Palomino Festival – Pasadena, CA
July 10 – The Rialto Theatre – Tucson, AZ
July 11 – El Rey Theater – Albuquerque, NM
July 30 – Peacemaker Music Festival – Fort Smith, AR
August 2 – Belly Up – Aspen, CO
August 3 – Triple A SummitFest – Boulder, CO
August 4 – The Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO
August 5 – The Lincoln – Cheyenne, WY
August 8 – The Pabst Theater – Milwaukee, WI
August 9 – Bell’s Brewery – Kalamazoo, MI
August 11 – Race Street Live – Holyoke, MA
August 12 – Bank of NH Pavilion – Gilford, NH^
August 13 – Bethel Woods Center – Bethel, NY
August 14 – Darien Lake Amphitheatre – Darien Center, NY^
August 16 – Brooklyn Bowl – Philadelphia, PA
August 18 – Missouri State Fair – Sedalia, MO
August 20 – RiversEdge Ampitheater – Hamilton, OH
August 22 – Slowdown – Omaha, NE
August 24 – Buddy Holly Center – Lubbock, TX
August 25 – The Paramount Theatre of Abilene – Abilene, TX
August 26 – North Texas State Fair and Rodeo – Denton, TX
August 27 – Whitewater Amp – New Braunfels, TX
September 4 – Bell County Expo Center – Belton, TX
September 6 – The Strand Theatre – Shreveport, LA
September 9 – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre – Alpharetta, GA^
September 10 – PNC Music Pavilion – Charlotte, NC^
September 11 – Moon River Festival – Chattanooga, TN
September 16 – Bourbon & Beyond Festival – Louisville, KY
October 2 – Arlington Theatre – Santa Barbara, CA
October 8 – Devil’s Backbone Basecamp – Roseland, VA
October 9 – Riverfront Revival Festival – Charleston, SC
October 28 – Workman’s – Dublin, IRE
October 30 – Oran Mor – Glasgow, UK
October 31 – Deaf Institute – Manchester, UK
November 1 – Jazz Café – London, UK
November 3 – Yuca – Cologne, DE
November 4 – Quasimodo – Berlin, DE
November 5 – Take Root Festival – Groningen, NL

^Outlaw Music Festival
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