Marty Stuart Plots Busy 2024 Tour, But No Late Night Jam


Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives put on one of the best shows in country music. And though they may not be as buzzed about as some of the hottest up-and-comers, pound for pound they turn in just as much entertainment value as anyone out there in country music.

Over the last few years, Marty Stuart’s tour schedule has been a bit sporadic due to the pandemic, him working on some recording projects including last year’s critically-acclaimed Altitude, as well as working on his Congress of Country Music in Philadelphia, Mississippi, whose Ellis Theater is now open for business and hosting shows.

But 2024 promises to be a busy year for Marty Stuart on the road, with a heavy dose of headliners shows, some big festival appearances at DelFest and Earl Scruggs Fest among others, as well as some choice opening gigs for Miranda Lambert and Chris Stapleton.

One show that won’t be happening in 2024 is Marty Stuart’s long-running Late Night Jam at the Ryman Auditorium. Celebrating 20 years in 2023, and considered one of the coolest events that happens during CMA Fest in Nashville each early June, it won’t be going down in 2024 Saving Country Music has confirmed. No reason is being given, but hopefully the traditional starts back up again next year.

Meanwhile Marty is giving fans many other opportunities to see him in action live in 2024. See full tour dates below.


11 MAY – Lexington, KY, US – Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center
17 MAY – Dekalb, IL, US – Egyptian Theatre
18 MAY – Dubuque, IA, US – John and Alice Butler Hall
19 MAY – Mason City, IA, US – North Iowa Community Auditorium
24 MAY – Del Fest – Cumberland, MD
25 MAY – Renfro Valley, KY – Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
31 MAY – Nashville, TN – Grand Ole Opry
14 JUNE – Nashville, TN, US – Grand Ole Opry
15 JUNE – McMinnville, TN – Park Theater
22 JUNE – Clarkston, MI – DTE Energy Music Theatre
27 JUNE – ROMP Fest 2024 – Yellow Creek Park, Owensboro, KY
28 JUNE – Atlanta, GA, US – Variety Playhouse
29 JUNE – Lenoir, NC – J.E. Broyhill Civic Center
5 JULY – High Sierra Music Festival – Quincy, CA
6 JULY – Petaluma, CA – Mystic Theatre
7 JULY – Menlo Park, CA – The Guild Theater
9 JULY – Redlands, CA – Redlands Bowl
12 JULY – El Cajon, CA – Sycuan Casino Resort
13 JULY – Las Vegas, NV – Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino
18 JULY – Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn’s Peak
19 JULY – Shenandoah Valley Music Festival – Orkney Springs, VA
20 JULY – Canadaigua, NY – Marvin Sads Perform Arts Center
26 JULY – Jefferson City, MO – Capital Region MU Health Care Amphitheater
27 JULY – Mountain View, AR – Ozark Folk Center
9 AUGUST – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena with Chris Stapleton
10 AUGUST – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena with Chris Stapleton
15 AUGUST – Winnipeg, MB, Canada – Club Regent Event Centre
30 AUGUST – Marietta, OH – Adelphia Music Hall
31 AUGUST – Earl Scruggs Music Festival – Mill Spring, NC
1 SEPTEMBER – Wilmington, NC – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
7 SEPTEMBER – Shipshewana, IN – Blue Gate Theatre
12 SEPTEMBER – Northampton, MA – The Academy of Music Theatre
27 SEPTEMBER – Gautier, MS – The Sound Amphitheater with Miranda Lambert
28 SEPTEMBER – Memphis, TN – AutoZone Park with Miranda Lambert
4 OCTOBER – Hiltons, VA – The Carter Family Fold
16 OCTOBER – Manchester, UK – AO Arena with Chris Stapleton
17 OCTOBER – Glasgow, UK – OVO Hydro with Chris Stapleton
20 OCTOBER – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena – with Chris Stapleton
22 OCTOBER – Birmingham, UK – Utilita Arena Birmingham with Chris Stapleton
23 OCTOBER – London, UK – The O2 with Chris Stapleton
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