Flatland Cavalry & Stacked Openers List Announce 2023 Tour

Cleto Cordero of Flatland Cavalry

Flatland Cavalry have their work cut out for them in the coming weeks and months. They’ve already been announced as one of the big beneficiaries of the massive stadium tour Luke Combs is throwing this year, opening the shows with Brent Cobb, Lainey Wilson, and Riley Green. They’re also taking the stage at the San Antonio Rodeo on February 25th as one of the finale acts.

But they won’t be sitting on their laurels in between. Announced on Monday (1-16), Flatland Cavalry will be playing shows throughout the Eastern United States through late July, including numerous dates in Canada. Coming along for the ride will also be a very cool set of openers that includes Cole Chaney, Colby Acuff, Brent Cobb, Pony Bradshaw, Emily Nenni, Grady Spencer and the Work, The Steel Woods, and Meghan Patrick.

And don’t worry all of you folks on the West Coast. This only covers half the year, so who knows what the later portions of 2023 have in store.

Along with their last studio album, the highly-rated Welcome to Countryland from 2021, Flatland Cavalry also recently released an acoustic EP called Songs To Keep You Warm to tide folks over through the Winter. The track “Mountain Song” from the EP was just featured on an episode of Yellowstone—the debut for Flatland Cavalry on the popular series.

Tickets for all headlining dates go on sale Friday (1/20) at 10 AM Central.


February 24—College Station, TX—Hurricane Harry’s*
February 25—San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center – San Antonio Rodeo
March 23—Austin, TX—Venue TBA
March 24—Houston, TX—713 Music Hall
March 25—Arlington, TX—AT&T Stadium+
March 30—Lexington, KY—Manchester Music Hall†
March 31—Grand Rapids, MI—GLC Live at 20 Monroe†
April 1—Indianapolis, IN—Lucas Oil Stadium+
April 7—Lubbock, TX—Cook’s Garage
April 8—Newcastle, TX—Fort Belknap
April 13—Asheville, NC—The Orange Peel‡
April 14—Athens, GA—40 Watt Club‡
April 15—Nashville, TN—Nissan Stadium+
April 22—Detroit, MI—Ford Field+
April 25—South Burlington, VT—Higher Ground‡
April 26—New York, NY—Gramercy Theatre‡
April 27—Alexandria, VA—The Birchmere‡
April 28—Charlottesville, VA—The Jefferson Theater‡
April 29—Pittsburgh, PA—Acrisure Stadium+
May 4—Columbia, MO—Rose Park§
May 5—Chicago, IL—Joe’s on Weed St§
May 6—Chicago, IL—Soldier Field+
May 11—Hays, KS—Fox Theatre
May 12—Omaha, NE—The Admiral#
May 13—Minneapolis, MN—US Bank Stadium+
May 19—Salt Lake City, UT—The Depot§
May 20—Boise, ID—Albertsons Stadium+
May 24—Portland, OR—Revolution Hall§
May 25—Spokane, WA—Knitting Factory§
May 26—Tacoma, WA—Elks Temple§
May 27—Vancouver, BC—BC Place+
May 28—Palmer, AK—Venue TBA
June 3—Edmonton, AB—Commonwealth Stadium+
June 8—Fort Smith, AR—TempleLive^
June 9—Wichita, KS—WAVE**
June 10—Kansas City, MO—Arrowhead Stadium+
June 15—Columbus, OH—The Bluestone++
June 16—Cincinnati, OH—Bogart’s++
June 17—St. Louis, MO—Busch Stadium+
June 22—Little Rock, AR—Little Rock Hall††
June 23—Oklahoma City, OK—The Criterion††
June 24—Luling, TX—Watermelon Thump††
July 6—Isle of Palms, SC—The Windjammer^
July 7—Orlando, FL—House of Blues^
July 8—Tampa, FL—Raymond James Stadium+
July 13—Montgomery, AL—Montgomery Performing Arts Center
July 14—Huntsville, AL—Orion Amphitheater‡‡
July 15—Charlotte, NC—Bank of America Stadium+
July 20—Buffalo, NY—Buffalo Iron Works††
July 21—Cambridge, MA—The Sinclair††
July 22—Foxborough, MA—Gillette Stadium+
July 27—Norfolk, VA—The NorVA^
July 28—Richmond, VA—The National^
July 29—Philadelphia, PA—Lincoln Financial Field+

*with special guest Connor Smith
+supporting Luke Combs Word Tour
†with special guest Meghan Patrick
‡with special guest Cole Chaney
§with special guest Colby Acuff
#with special guest Brent Cobb
^with special guest Pony Bradshaw
**with special guests The Steel Woods and Pony Bradshaw
++with special guest Grady Spencer & the Work
††with special guest Emily Nenni
‡‡supporting Parker McCollum

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