Wyatt Flores has unveiled his 2023 Times Are Getting Hard tour, which will feature support from Carter Faith, Kaitlyn Kilian, Dylan Gossett, Evan Honer and more.
Also set to join Flores on his eagerly anticipated slew of dates is Eddie Flint, Jonathan Peyton, Drayton Farley and Kainen Kellum. The tour is set to kick off on September 6 in Chicago, IL, with shows also lined up throughout the rest of the month in Wisconsin, Indiana, Kansas, Arkansas, Texas, Arizona and California.
Then, for the remainder of the year, the fast-emerging singer-songwriter will be performing across Alabama, Virginia, North Carolina, New York, Massachusetts and more.
Wyatt Flores continues to establish himself as one of the most exciting new voices in the alt-country space, with the Oklahoma native having released a plethora of singles over the past few months.
Ticket-holders to Flores’ Times Are Getting Hard tour will undoubtedly be looking forward to hearing him perform his latest track, ‘Holes’, along with earlier fan-favourites such as ‘Please Don't Go’.
Last month, Wyatt Flores received Charles Wesley Godwin's esteemed stamp of approval, with the two performing a special acoustic version of Chris Knight's ‘The Jealous Kind’ ahead of their show in Spokane Washington. Flores has been supporting the West Virginia crooner on a range of his 2023 tour dates.