And as they’re winding down a 2022 that included their extensive Tornillo tour in support of their incredible sixth studio album of the same name, they have a few more dates left on the schedule before the end of the year.
If you’re gonna be anywhere near Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama or Georgia, they’ll be ending this run with four live shows in those states in December:
Frontman Cody Cannon says they’ve had an awesome time getting back out tour again this year, and they’re pumped be back in the Southeast to close it out with a bang:
“It’s been a hell of a run getting back on the road this year.
We’ve been blown away by the response to the new music off ‘Tornillo’ and it seems like every show is bigger and better than the last.
Wrapping up the year in the Southeast is gonna be one rowdy way to end the tour – they always bring it.”
The Texas boys put on one of the absolute best concerts in the business, and I was lucky enough to see them live on this run over this summer, so I say that speaking from personal experience.
If you’re anywhere near these last few stops, do yourself a favor and get to a show… it might just be the best one you see all year long.
It’s also the first time they’ve ever headlined arenas in any of these markets, so you already know they’re gonna absolutely bring it and leave it all on the stage, per the usual.
Tickets for all four shows are still available, but they’re going fast, so make sure you grab ’em while you still can.
Whiskey Myers final 2022 tour dates:
12/8/22 Jonesboro, Arkansas — First National Bank Arena (tickets)
12/9/22 Tupelo, Mississippi — Cadence Bank Arena (tickets)
12/10/22 Huntsville, Alabama — Propst Arena at the Von Braun Center (tickets)
12/11/22 Macon, Georgia — Macon Coliseum (tickets)