Man, how nice is it to have Turnpike back on tour and releasing new music again?
Turnpike Troubadours finally blessed us with new music back in August with their incredible new album, A Cat In The Rain. It was the band’s first new album in nearly six years, and their first release since taking a nearly three year hiatus that left fans wondering whether they’d ever have the chance to see the legendary Oklahoma band again.
But since returning to the road last year, Turnpike has been crossing the country, playing sold-out shows to fans who waited for years to finally get the chance to see Evan Felker and the boys on stage again.
And next week, they’ll be rolling into Los Angeles for their only show in the area this year.
Turnpike will be taking over the iconic Greek Theatre on Friday, October 20 for one night only, joined by another one of our favorites, Morgan Wade for an incredible show that you won’t want to miss.
If you’ve never had the opportunity to catch a show at the Greek Theatre, the historic amphitheater located in Griffith Park has played host to some of the biggest names in music, and its 5,900-seat capacity provides the perfect venue to catch an intimate show with a band like Turnpike.
And since returning, Turnpike has been – dare I say it – better than ever, especially now that we have new music from the legendary band.
Their new album A Cat In The Rain was maybe the most anticipated album of 2023, and it more than lived up to the hype, bringing that traditional Turnpike sound on songs like the title track and my personal favorite, “The Rut.”
Turnpike just recently announced that they’ll be opening 2024 with two massive arena shows in their home state of Oklahoma, joined by Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit and Charles Wesley Godwin, and after opening for Luke Combs this year, they’ll be spending part of 2024 on tour with Zach Bryan for some more stadium shows.
So if you want your opportunity to see Turnpike Troubadours play in the LA area, you better get your tickets for the show next week at the Greek Theatre – because it’s going to be your only shot for a while.
Tickets for the one-night-only show are on sale now, and you can buy them online here.
Getting to see Turnpike Troubadours AND Morgan Wade, at an iconic outdoor venue like the Greek Theatre? Why would you miss this one?