Childers extends tour
Monday, June 18, 2018
– Tyler Childers extended his tour this year by adding 10 dates in November and December.
Childers has maintained a busy touring schedule since releasing "Purgatory" last year. Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson produced the disc.
The new dates for Childers are:
Nov. 10-11-Denver, CO-Ogden Theatre
Nov. 13-Columbia, MO-The Blue Note
Nov. 15-Indianapolis, IN-The Vogue Theatre
Nov. 30-Nashville, TN-Exit/In
Dec. 1-Nashville, TN-Exit/In
Dec. 7-Atlanta, GA-Variety Playhouse
Dec. 8-Florence, AL-Shoals Community Theatre
Dec. 11-Tulsa, OK-Cain's Ballroom
Dec. 15-Oklahoma City, OK-Tower Theater
Dec. 16-Dallas, TX-The Rustic
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