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Charley Crockett Announces 2023 Australia Tour

December 2, 2022 12:26 pm GMT
Last Edited June 6, 2023 11:18 am GMT

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Australian fans of the alt-country revolution will be excited to hear that Charley Crockett is making the trip Down Under in 2023.

He recently unveiled his first ever Australian tour, and will be bringing an array of hits from his expansive, traditional-leaning discography to a number of cities.

The announcement follows the news that Crockett has been booked to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live on December 8.

After the success of Crockett's Western-inspired, storytelling masterpiece, The Man From Waco, which he released earlier in the year, he'll be getting live renditions of tracks such as ‘I'm Just A Clown’ and ‘Black Sedan’ ready for Australia.

Charley Crockett will be performing alongside his Blue Drifters band in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. His Australian tour will be taking place in March 2023, with tickets on-sale from December 7.

It serves as Australia's second piece of big country music tour news in the space of a couple of days, with Morgan Wallen also announcing that he'll be heading to Australia and New Zealand as part of his One Night At A Time tour in 2023.

Charley Crockett will be supported across his dates by Caitlin Harnett & The Pony Boys, while Crockett has also been confirmed as a performer at March's Tent Pole Festival in Victoria.

He is currently gearing up for a jam-packed December line-up of US shows, which will culminate in Durant, OK on December 30.

Tickets to Charley Crockett's 2023 Australian tour are available from December 7.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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