One night-only event benefits Green’s New Buford Bonds Charitable Fund
Multi-patlinum hitmaker Riley Green announces a special one-night-only show set for October 12th. On the eve of the release of his forthcoming album Ain’t My Last Rodeo, Green will take the party out of the honky tonk and into the streets of Nashville to celebrate with family, friends and maybe even a few surprise guests at Walk of Fame Park. Tickets are available tomorrow (Tues, Oct 19th) at 10 am CT via Green’s website. The show, sponsored by Crown Royal, will benefit the artist’s new Buford Bonds Charitable Fund. Opening the show will be Ain’t My Last Rodeo Tour support act, Ella Langley.
Proceeds for the October 12th album release event will go to the newly minted Buford Bonds Charitable Fund. Green’s philanthropic endeavor, created in honor of his late grandfathers, Buford Green and Lendon Bonds (the inspirations behind fan favorite “I Wish Grandpas Never Died”) will provide resources for a variety of charities including those supporting veterans in an effort to further honor the impact the two had on Green’s life and career.
“We’ve been playing some of these new songs out on the road this summer and I’m excited to finally share them all with the fans,” said Green. “My grandaddies were huge inspirations on me, my songwriting, and what is most important to me. It means a lot to honor them by raising money for and supporting some great charities that they would have been proud to support.”
The show will mark the first time the Alabama native has headlined Nashville since his sold out Ascend Amphitheater show in July 2022. Tickets are on sale now for the 33-city tour with Tracy Lawrence and Ella Langley, kicking off in February 2024.
Green’s hotly-anticipated 12-track album Ain’t My Last Rodeo will be released Friday, October 13th, and includes numerous previously released songs including a cover of Tim McGraw’s “Damn Country Music” and the singer’s current Top 25-and-climbing single with his former tourmate “Different ‘Round Here” featuring Luke Combs and will deliver more of Green’s distinct undeniably Country music sound to eager fans. The new album is heavily inspired by Green’s experiences, values, pastimes and love of family—and named after a poignant track on the album, “My Last Rodeo,” which Green wrote solo following one of the final conversations he had with his late Grandaddy Buford.