Announcing a tour with already sold-out dates has to be an unreal feeling.
The Moblie, Alabama boys that make up the Red Clay Strays are not slowing down anytime soon with their announcement of 2024 tour dates. Right off the heels of their Way Too Long Tour, which has since been extended to a few dates this month, they take what feels like no pause before undergoing their following string of tour dates.
Kicking off in March, the boys are back on the road for solo shows, festival appearances, and shows supporting Whiskey Myers and the Turnpike Troubadours. They will also perform a highly anticipated three-night run of sold-out shows at the Ryman Auditorium.
“It’s gonna be a big year, y’all! We’ve got a lot of great festivals coming up, mixed with a few of our own shows, and we’re grateful to be going out with Whiskey Myers and Turnpike Troubadours for a few dates, too. Tickets for our shows on the 2024 Tour go on sale Friday at 10 AM.
Hit the link in the bio to sign up now to get the code for the pre-sale on Wednesday at 10 AM.”
With dates across the nation through August still available, if the sale for these dates goes anything like the Ryman tickets, they will sell out faster than you can input your credit card information.
Near the end of 2023, the group also announced that they were working on an album with legendary producer Dave Cobb, so fans hope to get new music from them this year. Just as Muscadine Bloodline recently posted, Alabama artists are stepping out in a big way, and the Red Clay Strays are a band that you need to listen to and watch.
If you are reading this and haven’t jumped on the Red Clay Strays train yet, get to listening. We are all “Wondering Why” you haven’t started yet.