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Tyler Childers Announces Second 2024 UK Date at London's Eventim Apollo

September 15, 2023 9:36 am GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 7:31 pm GMT

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After delighting his international fanbase with the announcement of his 2024 Mule Pull World Tour, Tyler Childers has now confirmed he'll be treating UK fans to a second London show.

Originally the ‘Phone Calls and Emails’ songsmith was due to play just once at the Eventim Apollo. However, thankfully, due to the unsurprisingly high demand for his February 21 show, Tyler Childers will now return to the Apollo the following evening for an extra performance.

John R. Miller will provide support for both dates, with the West Virginia native set to serenade the packed-out audience with his evocative country, blues and rock ‘n’ roll fusion.

Attendees at Tyler Childers’ London shows will be looking forward to seeing him perform an array of highlights from his new album, Rustin’ in the Rain, such as ‘Space and Time’, ‘Luke 8:2-10’, ‘Percheron Mules’ and the much-loved title-track.

The recently released project has been widely lauded by fans and critics alike, with the visuals for the record's keystone, ‘In Your Love’ having already earned Tyler Childers a People's Choice Country Awards nomination for Music Video of 2023.

Ticket-holders to Tyler Childers’ 2024 tour will also be wondering whether he'll include any unreleased songs in his setlist, with the Kentucky native having debuted a never-heard-before track, ‘Cuttin’ Teeth’, during his Grimey's show in Nashville earlier this month.

Before Tyler Childers takes the stage at the Apollo, he'll be performing in Dublin, Glasgow and Manchester, with the boundary-pushing country crooner also having dates lined up across the US throughout April and May. The hotly anticipated 2024 Mule Pull Tour will conclude with a double-header of shows in New York's iconic Madison Square Garden.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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