Group will perform first headlining show at The Ryman
Midland will kick off the new year keeping their fans first as they announce dadditional dates in 2019 to their headline Electric Rodeo Tour. The neo-traditionalists also secured an opening slot with Thomas Rhett for his Life Changes Tour in the midst of their own dates this year. With their penchant to bring their own country swagger and good times to every performance, Midland caps off a momentous year with three CMA Awards nominations, including Vocal Group of the Year, Single of the Year for “Drinkin’ Problem” and New Artist of the Year.
Midland’s newly added dates feature stops in major markets from Los Angeles, CA to their hometown of Austin, TX and their first headlining show at The Ryman in Nashville, TN. Tickets for Electric Rodeo Tour go on sale Friday, November 2nd at 10 am local time. Spotify fans in participating markets will receive a special pre-sale code via email on Wednesday, October 31st to get early access to tickets. Separately, those who have signed up for Midland’s mailing list will also be emailed a promo code on Wednesday morning.
Midland’s latest single “Burn Out” is currently smoking up the Top 20 at country radio as audiences experience the accompanying music video, which they shot at Billy Bob’s as an ode to Urban Cowboy. The Washington Post touted their No. 1 album On The Rocks (Big Machine Records) as “the year’s best country album” and in the past year the band garnered GRAMMY Awards nominations for Best Country Song and Best Country Duo/Group Performance and an ACM win for New Vocal Group of the Year.
2019 Tour Dates:
Feb 8 / Los Angeles, CA / The Novo
March 19 / Austin, TX / Travis County Exposition Center
April 13 / Ft. Lauderdale, FL / Tortuga Music Festival*
April 18 / Birmingham, AL / Iron City
April 19 / Athens, GA / Georgia Theatre
April 20 / Athens, GA / Georgia Theatre
April 25 / Richmond, VA / The National
April 26 / Chattanooga, TN / The Signal
April 27 / Asheville, NC / The Orange Peel
May 2 / Detroit, MI / St. Andrew’s Hall
May 3 / Grand Rapids, MI / 20 Monroe Live
May 5 / Nashville, TN / The Ryman
* Tickets already on-sale for shows marked.
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