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Tyler Childers Announced as First Summerfest 2024 Headliner

September 20, 2023 10:13 am GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 7:21 pm GMT

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Tyler Childers has been unveiled as the first Summerfest 2024 headliner. The Kentucky native is set to take the stage at Milwaukee's American Family Insurance Amphitheater on Friday, June 28.

The ‘Percheron Mules’ songsmith announced across his socials that he'd be adding an appearance at the blockbuster, multi-day festival to his hotly anticipated Mule Pull 2024 world tour.

The 2024 run of shows will take Childers across Ireland, the UK, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden and Norway, before the ‘In Your Love’ crooner returns stateside for performances across California, Oklahoma, Texas, Alabama, Tennessee, Maryland and New York.

Due to immense popularity, Tyler Childers has even added second dates at New York's Madison Square Garden and London's Eventim Apollo, with fans undoubtedly excited to hear him perform an array of tracks from his brand new album, Rustin’ in the Rain.

The alt-country favourite will have already completed most of his 2024 tour-dates by the time he storms onto the stage at Summerfest, with Childers able to hone and perfect his setlist in light of the recently released record over the first few months of the year.

Last year's Summerfest featured electrifying performances from the likes of Zach Bryan, Zac Brown Band, Eric Church, Charles Wesley Godwin, Tyler Hubbard, Larry Fleet, Morgan Wade, Scotty McCreery, Hailey Whitters, Breland, Sheryl Crow and Nate Smith.

Tickets to Tyler Childers’ June 28 Summerfest 2024 performance are on-sale from Friday, September 22 at 10am CDT.

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