If you haven’t gotten out to see a 49 Winchester live show yet, now is the time.
They just announced nine new headlining fall 2023 tour dates, which includes stops all over the South in Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee, so if you’re anywhere in the area, do yourself a massive favor and check them out when they roll through your town later this year.
They had had what some (me) would call a breakout year last year, from making their Grand Ole Opry debut, to appearing on late night TV for the first time, and even having their song “Last Call” featured on Yellowstone, in addition to dropping their Fortune Favors the Bold album last May.
If you’re not already familiar with their music, you definitely should be, which they describe as “Appalachian Soul,” it’s high time to change that, and this is a great place to start.
Their sound is a beautiful and unique mixture of southern rock, folk, roots rock, country that you can’t quite compare to anyone else in the genre, coupled with impeccable songwriting from frontman Isaac Gibson that truly sets them apart.
They really do play a live show like no other band I’ve seen, which is super high-energy and engaging, and I can promise you will easily be one of the best concerts you’ll see this year:
“THE FALL DATES ARE IN! Beyond excited to announce 9 new headline shows in the biggest venues of our career, along with some incredible special guests opening up.
Many of these places have been on the bucket list for quite some time, and we can’t wait to see y’all out there.”
Tickets for the newly announced headlining shows go on sale this Friday, June 30th at 10AM local time:
The southwest Virginia boys are also gearing up to head overseas and open up for superstar Luke Combs on his massive world tour this fall, and you can check out the new dates below.
You can find all other remaining 2023 tour dates HERE.
49 Winchester Fall 2023 tour dates:
11/16/23 Birmingham, AL – Saturn
11/17/23 Knoxville, TN The Mill & Mine
11/18/23 Chattanooga, TN – The Signal
11/30/23 Asheville, NC – The Orange Peel
12/01/23 Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theatre
12/02/23 Norfolk, VA – The Norva
12/07/23 Atlanta, GA – Variety Playhouse
12/08/23 Charlotte, NC – The Neighborhood Theatre
12/09/23 Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl