Article Contributed by Boulder Theater | Published on Wednesday, August 10, 2022

On the heels of very successful East Coast shows in the Spring of 2022 and a sold-out Los Angeles show in July, Ryan Adams announces an additional 18-solo tour dates in November and December 2022. These new dates are in addition to the 8-show Midwest October tour that is already on-sale, including sold out shows in Atlanta and Asheville.

The new series of concerts will kick-off on November 4th in Austin at ACL Live at the Moody Theater, and will then see Adams perform in San Antonio, Phoenix, Tucson, Los Angeles, El Cajon, Oakland and San Luis Obispo before a short break. The second block of dates embarks with two shows at Boulder Theater, Colorado at the end of November– followed by visits to Omaha, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Northfield, Toronto, Detroit, Greensburg and ending in North Bethesda.

The concerts will feature Adams, his guitars and piano in an acoustic tour-de-force. During Spring’s East-Coast run he performed a stunning 168 songs over five nights in shows that averaged two hours and forty minutes.

“Word of mouth from the first leg of the tour was so good that promoters came to us,” explained Adams’ Manager, Richard Jones. “Ryan hasn’t toured since 2019 and there seems to be a voracious appetite to see him perform live.” The tour was conceived and orchestrated by Jones and Mike Hayes, Adams’ agent at ICM.

Tickets will be offered to Adams’ fan base first, and what is left will be made available to the general public. Tickets will be available via the following link: https://ryanadams.ffm.to/tour.OPR

In addition to his touring prep, Adams has sensationally released three albums so far this year under his own label PAX-AM Recordings: Chris, a tribute to his late brother, Romeo & Juliet following shortly after and FM – the new rock-and-roll album released on July 22. Music legend Don Was recorded his Carnegie Hall concert in May for release later this year.

Ryan Adams 2022 Tour Dates

October 14th – Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA SOLD OUT

October 15th – Thomas Wolfe Auditorium, Asheville, NC SOLD OUT

October 16th – The Louisville Palace, Louisville, KY

October 17th – Factory, St Louis, MO

October 19th – The Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, WI

October 20th – Chicago Theater, Chicago, IL

October 21st – State Theatre, Minneapolis, MN

October 22nd – Stephens Auditorium, Ames, IA


November 4th – ACL Live at the Moody Theater, Austin, TX NEW

November 5th – Tech Port Center + Arena, San Antonio, TX NEW

November 7th – Orpheum Theatre Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ NEW

November 8th – Fox Tucson Theater, Tucson, AZ NEW

November 10th – The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles, CA NEW

November 11th – The Magnolia, El Cajon, CA NEW

November 12th – Paramount Theatre, Oakland, CA NEW

November 13th – Fremont Theater, San Luis Obispo, CA NEW


November 27th – Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO NEW

November 28th – Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO NEW

November 29th – Holland Center, Omaha, NE NEW

December 1st – Murat Theatre at Old National Centre, Indianapolis, IN NEW

December 2nd – The Andrew J Brady Music Center, Cincinnati, OH NEW

December 3rd – MGM Northfield Park, Northfield, OH NEW

December 5th – Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, ON NEW

December 6th – Masonic Cathedral Theatre, Detroit, MI NEW

December 7th – The Palace Theatre, Greensburg, PA NEW

December 8th – The Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda, MD NEW