Tyler Childers will extend his nationwide tour this spring as part of the “Stagecoach Spotlight Tour,” which includes stops at Denver’s Gothic Theatre, Portland’s Wonder Ballroom, San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall (two nights), Knoxville’s Bijou Theatre (already sold out) and Phoenix’s Crescent Ballroom among many others. Tickets are now on-sale. He’ll also join John Prine for multiple shows this spring as well as Margo Price for two sold-out shows at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. See below for complete details.

The tour follows a breakout year for Childers, which included a series of sold-out shows across the country and the release of his critically acclaimed debut album, Purgatory. The record—produced by Sturgill Simpson and David Ferguson—landed on multiple “Best of 2017” lists including Rolling Stone, Vice’s Noisey, Wide Open Country and NPR Music, who praised, “The intimacy he conjures is his gift, in this private moment made universal, and throughout his remarkable official debut.” Watch Childers perform the album track, “Whitehouse Road,” HERE.

Recent critical acclaim for Purgatory

“…fully-formed, vivid portrait of Saturday night excess and Sunday morning reality in 21st-century Appalachia.” —Rolling Stone

“Sturgill Simpson produced 26-year old  Tyler  Childers’s  Purgatory, and it’s easily one of the year’s best country LPs.” —The Fader

“…Purgatory immediately places Childers in the conversation with the top tier of artists reviving classic country sounds for a new generation.” —Noisey

“…one of the finest releases of the year and an impressive introduction to a talented newcomer with striking lyrical and musical talent.” —American Songwriter

“Tyler Childers’ brilliant Purgatory is a tribute to his Kentucky homeland and its people. With the tender ‘Feathered Indians’ and the meditative ‘Universal Sound,’ Childers—at just 26—has proven himself to be one of the finest voices and songwriters working today.” —Wide Open Country

Purgatory has definitely established itself as the front runner for country album of the year and put Childers on the list of young artists looking to change the way people talk about country music…” —Glide Magazine

“…the album that emerged under Simpson’s production will slap you silly, what with Childers’ incredibly clever lyrics and the perfect instrumental backing they get here…Childers’ talent is remarkable.” —The Bitter Southerner

In addition to Childers (vocals, acoustic guitar), the album features a variety of world-renowned musicians including Simpson (acoustic guitar, background vocals), Stuart Duncan (fiddle), Miles Miller (drums, background vocals) and Russ Pahl (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, pedal steel, Jew’s harp) among others.

Of the album, the Lawrence Country, KY native comments, “I am extremely grateful for Miles Miller introducing me to Sturgill Simpson, and also for Sturgill and David Ferguson taking the time to work with me. I think we both wanted to make an album for east KY, and I reckon that’s what we did. It’s not about rock, or grass, or country…it’s just hollerin’ in the mountains and stirring shit up! The band Sturgill and David put together was an all-star cast, and an honor to work with and learn from. I hope to do it again, but once is more than most are blessed with. For that I am thankful.”

For more information, please contact Asha Goodman 615.320.7753 or Carla Sacks 212.741.1000 at Sacks & Co.

1. I Swear (To God)
2. Feathered Indians
3. Tattoos
4. Born Again
5. Whitehouse Road
6. Banded Clovis
7. Purgatory
8. Honky Tonk Flame
9. Universal Sounds
10. Lady May

*with Turnpike Troubadours and Charley Crockett
†as part of the Stagecoach Spotlight Tour with special guest Lillie Mae
‡as part of the Stagecoach Spotlight Tour with special guests Lillie Mae and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real
§supporting John Prine
#supporting Margo Price

February 3 /// Glasgow, U.K. /// Tron Theater
February 10 /// Lexington, KY /// Bulls, Bands, & Barrels
February 11 /// Evanston, IL /// Space (SOLD-OUT)
February 20 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Music Hall of Williamsburg
February 21 /// New York, NY /// Bowery Ballroom
February 22 /// Montville, CT /// Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun
February 23 /// Cambridge, MA /// The Sinclair (SOLD-OUT)
February 24 /// South Burlington, VT /// Higher Ground Showcase Lounge
February 27 /// Philadelphia, PA /// World Café Live
March 1 /// Washington, D.C. /// Rock & Roll Hotel (SOLD-OUT)
March 2 /// Pittsburgh, PA /// Stage AE
March 3 /// Detroit, MI /// Magic Bag (SOLD-OUT)
March 4 /// Toronto, Canada /// The Horseshoe Tavern (SOLD-OUT)
March 22 /// Mobile, AL /// Callaghan’s Irish Social Club
March 23 /// Jackson, MS /// Hal and Mal’s

March 24 /// New Orleans, LA /// Hogs for the Cause
March 28 /// Tallahassee, FL /// Fifth and Thomas
March 29 /// Birmingham, AL /// WorkPlay
March 30 /// Athens, GA /// 40 Watt
March 31 /// Knoxville, TN /// Bijou Theatre (SOLD OUT)

April 7 /// Helotes, TX /// John T. Floore Country Store*
April 12 /// Kansas City, MO /// Knuckleheads†
April 14 /// Denver, CO /// Gothic Theatre†
April 16 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// Urban Lounge†
April 18 /// Boise, ID /// The Olympic†
April 19 /// Portland, OR /// Wonder Ballroom†
April 20 /// Chico, CA /// El Rey Theater†
April 23-24 /// San Francisco, CA /// Great American Music Hall‡
April 25 /// San Luis Obispo, CA /// The Fremont Theater‡
April 26 /// Pioneertown, CA /// Pappy & Harriet’s†

April 28 /// Indio, CA /// Stagecoach Festival
April 30 /// Santa Barbara, CA /// Lobero Theatre‡
May 1 /// Phoenix, AZ /// The Crescent Ballroom

May 11—Beaver Dam, KY /// Beaver Dam Amphitheater§
May 12 /// Indianapolis, IN /// Clowes Memorial Hall, Butler University§
May 19 /// Nashville, TN /// Ryman Auditorium# (SOLD-OUT)
May 20 /// Nashville, TN /// Ryman Auditorium# (SOLD-OUT)
June 7-10 /// Manchester, TN /// Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival
June 9 /// Cincinnati, OH /// The Taft Theater§
June 14-16 /// Eau Claire, WI /// Blue Ox Music Festival