Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers have announced dates for their new 2020 tour, “A Good Look’n Tour”, which kicks off February 21st in Birmingham, Alabama and closes in their home state of Kentucky in Louisville on May 24th. This dynamic duo co-produced Childers’ breakthrough album, Purgatory, together in 2017. Tyler Childers’ new album, Country Squire, was also co-produced with Simpson. Sturgill Simpson will feature his new album, Sound & Fury, which was released in September along with its accompanying anime film on Netflix.
Sturgill Simpson is a country music singer-songwriter, actor and Grammy Award nominee. He has released four albums as a solo artist including High Top Mountain Metamodern, Sounds in Country Music, A Sailor's Guide to Earth and his most recent Sound & Fury. Simpson is often compared to Waylon Jennings with his ‘outlaw country’ genre of music with traditional country sounds and a psychedelic recording studio twist.
Tyler Childers is a 28 year old singer-songwriter and his music is a concoction of country, bluegrass and folk. Childers currently has three albums since 2011 including Bottles and Bibles, Purgatory and Country Squire. Purgatory was his breakthrough album which was co-produced by Sturgill Simpson. In September 2018, Childers won Emerging Artist of the Year at the Americana Music Honors & Awards.
Where To Buy Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers 'A Good Look'n Tour' Tickets
Primary market tickets to the general public went on sale via Ticketmaster on Friday, November 8th. The presale for American Express Cardmembers, Sturgill Simpson Fanbase and the Tyler Childers Fanbase happened earlier in the week.
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How Much Are Tickets For Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers 'A Good Look'n Tour'
Tickets are selling fast on the primary market for this tour. The opening show in Birmingham, Alabama has prices as low as $48.50 and go as high as $88.50 for the ‘best seats’. The current highest get-in price on the primary market is for the show is in Philadelphia, PA on March 14th with tickets starting at $80.50 per ticket and there are only SOLO seats left for this show.
On the secondary market, tickets for all shows are already available, starting as low as $74 for the May 8th show in Chicago, Illinois and go as high as $250 for the Detroit, Michigan show on February 29th. The March 6th show in Charlotte, NC is $165 and the March 29th show in Houston, Texas starts at $188. VIP packages and close seats are also available on TicketIQ and are much more expensive.
Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers 'A Good Look'n Tour' DatesFebruary 21 — Birmingham, Alabama @ Legacy Arena at the BJCC
February 22 — Asheville, North Carolina @ US Cellular Center
February 25 — Knoxville, Tennessee @ Knoxville Civic Coliseum
February 28 — Lexington, Kentucky @ Rupp Arena
February 29 — Detroit, Michigan @ Masonic Temple Theatre
March 4 — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania @ Peterson Events Center
March 6 — Charlotte, North Carolina @ Spectrum Center
March 7 — Duluth, Georgia @ Infinite Energy Center
March 10 — North Charleston, South Carolina @ North Charleston Coliseum
March 13 — Hampton, Virginia @ Hampton Coliseum
March 14 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania @ The Met Philadelphia
March 15-16 — Washington, D.C. @ Anthem
March 18 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada @ Coca-Cola Coliseum
March 20 — Columbus, Ohio @ Nationwide Arena
March 21 — St. Louis, Missouri @ Chaifetz Arena
March 22 — Southaven, Mississippi @ Landers Center
March 27 — Dallas, Texas @ American Airlines Center
March 28 — Austin, Texas @ Frank Erwin Center
March 29 — Sugarland, Texas @Smart Financial Centre
April 1 — Independence, Missouri @ Silverstein Eye Centers Arena
April 3 — Chicago, Illinois @ United Center
April 4 — Minneapolis, Minnesota @ Armory
April 9 — Omaha, Nebraska @ Baxter Arena
April 10 — Madison, Wisconsin @ Alliant Energy Center
April 23 — Tulsa, Oklahoma @ BOK Center
April 25 — Denver, Colorado @ Pepsi Center
April 28 — Salt Lake City, Utah @ Maverik Center
April 29 — Missoula, Montana @ Adams Center
May 1 — Portland, Oregon @ Veterans Memorial Coliseum
May 2 — George, Washington @ Gorge Amphitheatre
May 5 — San Francisco, California @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
May 8 — Inglewood, California @ The Forum
May 15 — Boston, Massachusetts @ TD Garden
May 16 — New York City @ Madison Square Garden
May 22 — Nashville, Tennessee @ Bridgestone Arena
May 24 — Louisville, Kentucky @ KFC Yum! Center
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