Bluegrass phenom Billy Strings is headed to the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado next spring for two back-to-back shows on May 11th and 12th.
These concerts have been added to the calendar as part of his extensive 2023 headlining tour, where he’s already sold out several ARENAS and is also slated to do a special, one night only show at the Mother Church of Country Music, the Ryman Auditorium.
He announced the news over on Instagram, with some footage of several previous shows he’s played at the stunning outdoor venue:
“Red Rocks 🐐 May 11-12.
Registration for Fair AXS ticketing is open now until Sunday night for your chance to purchase tickets.”
And it sounds like he’s not taking the typical Ticketmaster route, in light of all the crazy shit going on with them, and you can register for tickets via FAIR AXS.
Full details with all the information you need for buying them can be found on his website.
Billy just put out a brand new collaborative album with his dad called Me/And/Dad,and the tracklist features new versions of fourteen bluegrass and country classics that the two have been playing together since Strings was a young child.
“As long as I can remember, I wanted to make a record with my dad. I’ve been burning up and down the highways the last 12 years, and as time slips away, you start thinking, ‘I need to make time.’
It’s been a bucket list thing for me, something I’ve been afraid I wouldn’t find the time to do. And that scared me; not doing this record scared me.”
Of course, it’s full of tons of awesome renditions of bluegrass and country standards, so make sure you check it out if you haven’t already.
And here’s a look at the rest of his 2023 tour dates that have been announced so far… if he’ll be anywhere near you next year, do NOT miss out.
2023 Winter Tour Dates:
Feb 16-18: Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City
Feb 21-22: John Paul Jones Arena
Feb 24- 25: Bridgestone Arena
Feb 26: Ryman Auditorium
March 3-4: Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum
March 7: Georgia Theatre
March 10: State Farm Arena
March 11-12: North Charleston Coliseum
March: 16-18: The Andrew J Brady Music Center