Colter Wall significantly curtailed his touring plans this fall after both the Delta surge of COVID-19 and local shutdowns/vaccine requirements injected a whole lot of uncertainty into his original plans. But after canceling a bunch of dates and refunding patrons in hopes that 2022 can see some more extensive touring, he has just announced a slew of new dates coming up for this winter.
After selling out Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth on October 28th, Colter Wall has just announced a 2-night residency at Gruene Hall in Texas in January, another at George’s Majestic Lounge in Arkansas in February, as well as an appearance at Cain’s Ballroom, and other select venues into early 2022. Fans will also be happy to see that his show at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville is still on, and was not a casualty of the previous cancellations.
Colter Wall has made old cowboy tunes and whooping trail songs cool again, and against inexplicable odds. People hunger for that authenticity Colter Wall brings to his music. And to keep his equilibrium and that authenticity in tact, he often spends his time off from music tending cattle, and keeping close ties to the land and the inspirations for many of the songs he sings, whether ones he’s written, or the cowboy songs of old.
Most or all of these dates will sell out, so fans should be on their toes at 10:00 a.m. local time Friday, November 12th when they go on sale. Before canceling his fall tour, 3/4’s of the dates sold out within days.
Openers have yet to be announced.
December 3- Springfield, MO at Gillioz Theatre*
December 4- Columbia, MO at The Blue Note*
December 10- Nashville, TN at Ryman Auditorium*
January 12- New Orleans, LA at Civic Theatre
January 14- Houston, TX at White Oak Music Hall
January 15- New Braunfels,TX at Gruene Hall
January 16- New Braunfels, TX at Gruene Hall
January 18- Oklahoma City, OK at Tower Theater
January 21- Denver, CO at Mission Ballroom
February 3- Tulsa, OK at Cain’s Ballroom
February 4- Fayetteville, AR at George’s Majestic Lounge
February 5- Fayetteville, AR at George’s Majestic Lounge
April 30 – Indio, CA at Stagecoach Festival