The Wood Brothers
Today, The Wood Brothers announce three additional shows on their Spring 2022 tour through the Southeast, including a return the hallowed halls of The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on Saturday, April 9. Also just added are dates at Charleston Music Hall in Charleston, SC on March 30 and Greenfield Lake Amphitheater in Wilmington, NC on March 31.
Today, WinterWonderGrass Colorado is excited to announce the addition of The Wood Brothers to the 2022 festival lineup, marking the band’s return to the festival for the first time since 2016. The highly-anticipated return of the Colorado-edition of the festival is set to take place over February 25–27, 2022 at Steamboat Resort in Steamboat Springs, CO.
The Wood Brothers have announced their first shows in 2022. The Grammy Award-nominated, Nashville-based trio head out on 19-date tour that begins January 25 at The Kodak Center in Rochester. The first leg of dates—featuring support from singer/songwriter Steve Poltz—extends into February and stretches across the Northeast. Highlights include performances at 9:30 Club in Washington, DC, The Fillmore in Philadelphia, House of Blues in Boston and a return to Webster Hall in New York City to close out the run.
The Wood Brothers have announced an extensive fall 2021 tour. The 34-show trek kicks off this September and extends through December comprised by four individual legs that stop in Texas, the Midwest, West Coast and Southeast. Highlights along the way include a rescheduled performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre with Lake Street Dive, which is already sold out, a return to The Fox Theater in Oakland, CA, the Riviera Theatre in Chicago, IL and a two-night stint at Variety Playhouse in Atlanta, GA to close out the run.
As spring continues to warm up into summer down here in North Carolina we are so grateful to be seeing all of your smiling faces over the first half of our Shakori Hills GrassRoots Live! concert series!
Orange Blossom Revue is pleased to announce the addition of Blackberry Smoke to its 2021 lineup. The Atlanta based rock titans will co-headline the 7th annual festival alongside critically acclaimed folk duo The Wood Brothers, joining The Steeldrivers, Hayes Carll, Devon Gilfillian, Nicki Bluhm, and more. A staple of the southern music canon, the seven piece ensemble will celebrate their 20th anniversary this year with a new album You Hear Georgia to be released May 28.
Following tremendous success in the fall at Showtime at the Drive-In, today’s announcement by All Good Presents puts a focus on the safe return of bringing live concert experiences to its hometown of Frederick, MD.
It’s Showtime at the Drive-In boasts a state-of-the art sound system, a cosmic light show and a massive 20’x 40’ LED video wall uniquely positioned above the stage, plus local foods, craft brews and a safe environment to experience live music once again.