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GRAMMY-nominated singer, songwriter, and musician Tyler Childers will headline several major festivals this year. These include Boston Calling (May 25), Cavendish Beach Music Festival (July 6), Rock The Park (July 11), Ottawa Bluesfest (July 12), Bourbon & Beyond (September 22), and Country Calling Festival (October 5).

Today, ODESZA has unveiled The Last Goodbye Finale, an emotional farewell to their iconic The Last Goodbye Tour, which captivated audiences since its inception in 2022.

Fifty-eight years have passed since their 1965 Colorado debut at the Denver Coliseum. Much has changed since then as far as concert venues and technology, but the one thing that has not changed is the pure rock n’ roll the Rolling Stones deliver with fire and fury to the ever-present adoring fans!

Tyler Childers will continue his global “Mule Pull ’24 Tour” through next summer with newly confirmed shows at Chicago’s United Center, Boulder’s Folsom Field, Washington State’s Gorge Amphitheatre, Alpharetta’s Ameris Bank Amphitheatre (two nights), Tampa’s MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre, Vancouver’s Rogers Arena and Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome among many others. See below for complete itinerary. Special guests on the tour include Adeem The Artist, Willi Carlisle, S.G.

Dead & Company | I Know You Rider | Folsom Field | 7/2/23
Dead & Company | Hey Jude | Folsom Field | 7/1/23
Dead & Company | Eyes of the World | Folsom Field | 7/1/23

Dead & Company just wrapped up the 2023 FINAL TOUR with three sold-out concerts at Oracle Park in San Francisco in front of 120,000 fans. This was the most successful tour in the band’s eight-year history, drawing over 840,000 fans and grossing nearly $115 million.  The band performed 112 unique songs during the Final Tour.

Since the band’s 2015 debut, Dead & Company has completed ten tours, performing to more than 4 million fans across 235 shows.

Under a sky lit by a "Buck" Supermoon and the shimmer of dancing drones, Dead and Company wrapped up their final tour performance at Folsom Field in Boulder. A beloved stop on their summer tours since 2016, Boulder, a Deadhead haven for almost six decades, witnessed an unforgettable show.

A day and a night, full of unforgettable moments and classic tunes, came to life at the hallowed ground of Folsom Field. On July 1st, 2023, Dead and Company unfurled their cosmic tapestry for the first of three nights in a location steeped in a deep and abiding love for the Grateful Dead. This trio of shows not only marks the band's last performances at the venue but is also the final whistle-stop on their grand farewell tour.

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