Midland tours as The Last Resort
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
– Following the release of their third studio album "The Last Resort: Greetings From," Midland today announced a fall tour.
The shows get underway Sept. 23 in Tuczon, Az., ending Nov. 18 in Seattle.
The group is comprised of lead singer/guitarist Mark Wystrach, bassist/vocalist Cameron Duddy and lead guitarist/vocalist Jess Carson. Based in Dripping Springs, Texas, the trio developed their sound at Tornillo, Texas' Sonic Ranch.
Tour dates are:
Sept. 23 Tucson, AZ || Tucson Arena w/ Flatland Cavalry
Oct. 12 Fresno, CA || Big Fresno Fair
Oct. 15 Los Angeles, CA || Greek Theatre w/ Nikki Lane; Shane Smith & The Saints
Oct. 21 Salt Lake City, UT || The Union w/ Jonathan Terrell
Oct. 22 Morrison, CO || Red Rocks Amphitheatre w/ Hailey Whitters; Jonathan Terrell
Oct. 28 Albuquerque, NM || Revel w/ Nikki Lane
Oct. 29 Mesa, AZ || Mesa Amp w/ Nikki Lane
Nov. 4 Avila Beach, CA || Avila Beach Resort w/ Jonathan Terrell
Nov. 11 Portland, OR || Crystal Ballroom w/ Jonathan Terrell
Nov. 12 Kennewick, WA || Toyota Center w/ Jonathan Terrell
Nov. 16 Bellingham, WA || Mount Baker Theater w/ Jonathan Terrell
Nov. 17 Spokane, WA || Fox Theatre w/ Jonathan Terrell
Nov. 18 Seattle, WA || Showbox SoDo w/ Jonathan Terrell
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