Strings announces '23 tour dates
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Strings announces '23 tour dates

Tuesday, October 11, 2022 – Road warrior Billy Strings announced the first series of 2023 dates today.

The bluegrass guitarist and his band start 2023 with a previously announced sold-out three-night run in Broomfield, Col. on February 2 – 4. They also will play three nights in Atlantic City, N.J. Feb. 16-18.

The tour continues in Charlottesville, Va. on February 21-22 and then three nights in Nashville where the Michigan native lives from February 24–26.

In March, the Strings tour reaches Winston-Salem, N.C. (March 3-4); Athens, Ga. (March 7); Atlanta (March 10); Charleston, S.C. (March 11-12) and Cincinnati (March 16–18).

Strings then goes to Southaven, Miss. (April 13); Mobile, Ala. (April 14 -15); Tampa (April 18) and St. Augustine, Fla. (April 20–22) in April. Strings will play shows in Morrison, Col. (May 11-12); Phoenix (May 17); Los Angeles (May 19); San Diego (May 20-21) and Las Vegas (May 24).

The tour ends in June with stops in Austin (June 2-3); Tulsa , Okla. (June 7); St. Louis (June 9); Indianapolis (June 10-11); Cleveland (June 13-14); Clarkston, Mich. (June 16) and Chicago (June 17).

Venues and on sale dates will be announced later. Since this is billed as "pt. one," more tour dates expected.

Strings will release "Me/And/Dad" on Nov. 18. Strings recorded the album with his father, Terry Barber.

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