49 Winchester at Railbird Festival 2023 by Laura Ord

49 Winchester Announce Three-Night New Year's Eve Run of Shows

July 27, 2023 4:36 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 10:15 pm GMT

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49 Winchester will bring their eclectic, folk-driven array of fan-favourites to The Harvester in Rocky Mount, VA this Winter. The much-loved troubadours will be performing three consecutive nights at the venue across December 29-31 to help ring in the New Year.

The trio of shows will feature varying support, with Brennan Edwards set to open for 49 Winchester on December 29, while Magnolia Boulevard will take this honour on December 30.

On the final night of the band's New Year's Eve run of dates, Wayne Graham will serve as the supporting act. 49 Winchester's last show of 2023 will undoubtedly be a raucous affair, as the ‘Hays, Kansas’ songsmiths toast to another successful year.

It's safe to say the Virginia-based six-piece will have plenty to celebrate, with 49 Winchester due to join up with country music titan, Luke Combs, for the European and UK leg of his 2023 world tour.

General on-sale to 49 Winchester's trio of December dates in their home-state begins on Friday, July 28, and those lucky enough to get their hands on tickets will be excited to hear a plethora of highlights from the group's rapidly growing discography.

Mainstays in 49 Winchester's 2023 setlist so far include a number of stand-out tracks from their most recent album, Fortune Favors the Bold, including ‘Russell County Line’, ‘Man's Best Friend’, ‘Damn Darlin’’ and ‘Hillbilly Daydream’.

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