Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers to Perform at North Charleston Coliseum in March

Last month, Sturgill Simpson dropped into Joe Rogan’s podcast for the fourth time, and during his time on air he casually mentioned that he would be going on tour with Tyler Childers next year. Then, earlier this week, tour posters started popping up at music venues around the country. Finally, as of yesterday, A Good Look’n Tour was officially announced, and it includes arena dates all over the country.

The Good Look’n Tour will include a stop through Charleston on Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 at the North Charleston Coliseum. Tickets are on sale next Friday, November 8th at 10am. You can get yours here.

This is a huge tour announcement, and one that fans of both artists have been hoping for for quite some time. Sturgill Simpson has been a country music living legend ever since he was seen busking outside the CMAs with his Grammy Award for Best Country Album in his guitar case (and probably long before that). He produced Tyler Childers’ 2017 breakout album Purgatory, and he also produced Childers’ newest album, 2019’s Country Squire. Sturgill also has a new record of his own on the airwaves, the fantastic SOUND & FURY, which has been all the buzz among music fans since its release last month.

I think you can probably gather that this show, and probably this entire tour, is going to sell out very quickly. In case you didn’t know, the last time Tyler Childers played in Charleston, he played two nights at the Charleston Music Hall, and both nights sold out months in advance of the show. That was before Country Squire was even announced, and it was sans the much-more-popular Sturgill Simpson. We had the pleasure of attending that performance. Read about it and see some photos here.

Set your alarms for 10am on 11/8, and see full tour dates below.

Sturgill Simpson + Tyler Childers 2020 Tour Dates:

February 21, 2020—Birmingham, AL—Legacy Arena at the BJCC
February 22, 2020—Asheville, NC—US Cellular Center
February 25, 2020—Knoxville, TN—Knoxville Civic Coliseum
February 28, 2020—Lexington, KY—Rupp Arena
February 29, 2020—Detroit, MI—Masonic Temple Theatre
March 4, 2020—Pittsburgh, PA—Petersen Events Center
March 6, 2020—Charlotte, NC—Spectrum Center
March 7, 2020—Duluth, GA—Infinite Energy Center
March 10, 2020—Charleston, SC—North Charleston Coliseum
March 13, 2020—Hampton, VA—Hampton Coliseum
March 14, 2020—Philadelphia, PA—The Met
March 15, 2020—Washington, DC—The Anthem
March 16, 2020—Washington, DC—The Anthem
March 18, 2020—Toronto, ON—Coca-Cola Coliseum
March 20, 2020—Columbus, OH—Nationwide Arena
March 21, 2020—St. Louis, MO—Chaifetz Arena
March 22, 2020—Southaven, MS—Landers Cente
March 27, 2020—Dallas, TX—American Airlines Center
March 28, 2020—Austin, TX—Frank Erwin Center
March 29, 2020—Sugarland, TX—Smart Financial Center
April 1, 2020—Independence, MO—Silverstein Eye Centers Arena
April 3, 2020—Chicago, IL—United Center
April 4, 2020—Minneapolis, MN—Armory
April 9, 2020—Omaha, NE—Baxter Center
April 10, 2020—Madison, WI—Veterans Memorial Coliseum
April 23, 2020—Tulsa, OK—BOK Center
April 25, 2020—Denver, CO—Pepsi Center
April 28, 2020—Salt Lake City, UT—Maverik Center
April 29, 2020—Missoula, MT—Adams Center
May 1, 2020—Portland, OR—Memorial Coliseum
May 2, 2020—George, WA—The Gorge Amphitheatre
May 5, 2020—San Francisco, CA—Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
May 8, 2020—Los Angeles, CA—The Forum
May 15, 2020—Boston, MA—TD Garden
May 16, 2020—New York, NY—Madison Square Garden
May 22, 2020—Nashville, TN—Bridgestone Arena
May 24, 2020—Louisville, KY—KFC Yum! Center

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