Colter Wall Drops a Ton of New 2021 Tour Dates

Blowing down from the central plains of Canada like a late season cold front will be the current Saving Country Music Artist of the Year, cowboy and Western revivalist Colter Wall. After playing the Under the Big Sky Fest in Montana in July, and a couple of state fairs in August, Colter will commence a national tour of the United States throughout September and October, along with a few more dates in November and December.

Adopting a “you can’t sing it unless you live it” attitude, Colter Wall has been dude ranching over the last year or so in various ports of call, stopping only to record videos when he can that often instantly go viral as soon as they drop. He even turned down an opportunity to appear on the massive Joe Rogan podcast because he was too busy with his business on horseback.

Even without a big label or major radio play, Colter Wall continues to swell in prestige and popularity. You want to be on top of these tour dates, because they’re likely to sell out. Though the initial tour announcement did not include venues, yours truly tediously tracked many of them, and we do have the dates and locations for everything. Tickets officially go on sale “later this week,” (likely Friday at 10 a.m. local time), while tickets for Colter’s Ryman Auditorium show in December are on sale now.


July 17th: Under the Big Sky Fest – Whitefish, MT
July 19th: Old Saloon – Emigrant, MT
August 19th: Iowa State Fair – Des Moines, IA
August 20th: Missouri State Fair – Sedalia, MO
September 9th: McKees Rocks, PA
September 10th: 9:30 Club – Washington, D.C.
September 11th: Irving Plaza – New York, New York
September 12th: Union Transfer – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
September 16th: Asbury Hall Babeville – Buffalo, New York
September 17th: Majestic Theatre – Detroit, Michigan
September 18th: Newport Music Hall – Columbus, Ohio
September 19th: Holler on the Square – Indianapolis, Indiana
September 24th: Foxfire Festival – Ashland, Kentucky
September 30th: Thalia Hall – Chicago, Illinois
October 1st: The Sylvee – Madison, Wisconsin
October 2nd: Iowa City, Iowa
October 8th: TBA
October 10th: Senator Theatre – Chico, California
October 11th: Petaluma, California
October 14th: Sacramento, California
October 15th: San Luis Obispo, California
October 16th: Felton Music Hall – Felton, California
October 17th: Felton Music Hall – Felton, California
October 19th: Pappy & Harriets – Pioneertown, California
October 21st: Flagstaff, Arizona
October 22nd: Phoenix, The Van Buren – Arizona
October 23rd: El Ray Theater – Albuquerque, New Mexico
October 26th: Lubbock, Texas
October 28th: Billy Bob’s – Fort Worth, Texas
October 29th: Rev Room – Little Rock, Arkansas
November 17th: Cleveland, Ohio
November 19th: Ithaca, New York
December 3rd: Gillioz Theatre – Springfield, Missouri
December 4th: The Blue Note – Columbia, Missouri
December 10th: Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tennessee

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