Billy Strings recently announced his 2023 winter tour dates, including a two-night stand at North Charleston Coliseum on Saturday, March 11th, and Sunday, March 12th.
This will be the first time Billy Strings has played in Charleston since 2017, when he hit the Pour House with Whiskey Shivers as part of the ‘Whiskey Strings’ tour. He was slated to perform at Trondossa 2020, but we all know what happened there.
Over the past few years, Billy Strings’ career has absolutely exploded to the point where he’s now booking arena tours and headlining festivals.
This is not surprising for anybody who has seen him and his band perform. He consistently wows listeners all around the country with psychedelic, experimental live performances, and he even took home the GRAMMY Award for Best Bluegrass Album with 2021’s Renewal.
November 18th marks the release of Billy’s newest album Me/And/Dad, the first album he’s recorded with his dad, Terry Barber.
Following the album release he will embark on his first European Tour, dubbed ‘Europe 2022’ as a nod to the Grateful Dead, who celebrated the 50th anniversary of their famous Europe ’72 tour this year.
Pre-sale for North Charleston is live as of today, November 3rd, with code STRINGS23. Public on-sale begins Friday, November 4th at 10am.
Get your tickets here, and see the full 2023 winter tour dates below.
Billy Strings Winter 2023 Tour Dates
Feb. 2—Denver, CO—1STBANK Center (SOLD OUT)
Feb. 3—Denver, CO—1STBANK Center (SOLD OUT)
Feb. 4—Denver, CO—1STBANK Center (SOLD OUT)
Feb. 16—Atlantic City, NJ—Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena
Feb. 17—Atlantic City, NJ—Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena
Feb. 18—Atlantic City, NJ—Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena
Feb. 21—Charlottesville, VA—John Paul Jones Arena
Feb. 22—Charlottesville, VA—John Paul Jones Arena
Feb. 24—Nashville, TN—Bridgestone Arena
Feb. 25—Nashville, TN—Bridgestone Arena
Feb. 26—Nashville, TN—Ryman Auditorium
March 3—Winston-Salem, NC—Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum – Doc Watson’s 100th Birthday Show
March 4—Winston-Salem, NC—Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum
March 7—Athens, GA—Georgia Theatre
March 10—Atlanta, GA—State Farm Arena
March 11—Charleston, SC—North Charleston Coliseum
March 12—Charleston, SC—North Charleston Coliseum
March 16—Cincinnati, OH—The Andrew J Brady Music Center
March 17—Cincinnati, OH—The Andrew J Brady Music Center
March 18—Cincinnati, OH—The Andrew J Brady Music Center