Whiskey Myers Announces Spring 2024 Dates 


As Whiskey Myers gears up for its first full-band acoustic tour in December, the guys have announced its initial routing for 2024 with a run of March-June dates including arena shows 

at Bossier, Louisiana’s Brookshire Grocery Arena; Little Rock, Arkansas’ Simmons Bank Arena and Park City, Kansas’ Hartman Arena.

The band announced the news on X (formerly known as Twitter), promising that more tour dates are to come: “We’ve seen y’all asking, so we knew we couldn’t keep this quiet for long. Here’s the first part of 2024. Before you ask there will be more dates announced.”

Whiskey Myers is bringing along The Red Clay Strays, Lukas Nelson + POTR and Reid Haughton on select dates. 

The confirmed itinerary includes a few smaller venues and festival appearances at Memphis’ Grind City Music Festival and Gonzales, Texas’ Cattle Country Fest. Of course, the band will appear at its sixth annual Wiggy Thump Festival in its hometown of Palestine, Texas. The lineup for the April 20 event features Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Brent Cobb and Joey Greer.

 A fan club pre-sale for the 2024 shows is ongoing. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, Nov. 17 at 10 a.m. local time at WhiskeyMyers.com. 

The Southern rock/country band, known for building its career in the Red Dirt scene, describes its sound on its X profile as “honest music from East Texas.” 

Whiskey Myers’ most recent album is 2022’s Tornillo, its sixth full-length, which was released via Wiggy Thump Records with distribution by Thirty Tigers. 

The acoustic tour – dubbed Whiskey Myers & Friends – features special guests Adam Hood, Aaron Raitiere and Cobb. The run starts Dec. 1 in Birmingham, Alabama at the Alabama Theatre and includes two nights at The Caverns in Pelham, Tennessee. Though the Cavers gigs are sold out, fans can purchase tickets via Veeps to see the livestream.

Whiskey Myers is booked by CAA and managed by Why&How Management’s Eddie Kloesel. Recent reports submitted to Pollstar Boxoffice include an Aug. 20 show at Artpark Amphitheater in Lewiston, New York, that sold 3,161 tickets and grossed $140,807. The band also joined Eric Church on tour including a Sept. 30 show at MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, Florida, that sold 17,615 tickets and grossed $1,737,958.  

Whiskey Myers graced the cover of Pollstar in September 2022. Check out the cover story below, followed by the routing.

Rockin’ The Red Dirt Way: Whiskey Myers Takes On The World

Whiskey Myers & Friends Tour 2023 Dates

Dec. 1              Alabama Theatre                                Birmingham, AL

Dec. 2              The Caverns                                        Pelham, TN

Dec. 3              The Caverns                                        Pelham, TN

Dec. 6              Akron Civic Theatre                           Akron, OH

Dec. 7              The Louisville Palace                         Louisville, KY

Dec. 8              Embassy Theatre                                Fort Wayne, IN

Dec. 9              Coronado Performing Arts Center      Rockford, IL

Whiskey Myers 2024 Tour Dates

March 8           Brookshire Grocery Arena#^             Bossier, LA

March 9           Mississippi Coast Coliseum#^            Biloxi, MS

April 6             Grind City Music Festival 2024         Memphis, TN

April 12           Cattle Country Fest                            Gonzales, TX

April 20           Wiggy Thump 2024                            Palestine, TX

May 3              Simmons Bank Arena+^                    Little Rock, AR

May 4              Hartman Arena+^                               Park City, KS

May 5              Alliant Energy Powerhouse+^            Cedar Rapids, IA

May 7              Denny Sanford Center+^                    Sioux Falls, SD

May 9              Armory^                                             Minneapolis, MN

May 10            Peoria Civic Center+^                        Peoria, IL

May 11            The Walmart AMP+^                         Rogers, AR

+ With Lukas Nelson + POTR

# With Red Clay Strays

^ Reid Haughton