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Flatland Cavalry 2023 Concert Tour: Dates and Tickets

By Maxim Mower

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One of Texas’ most popular country-folk bands, Flatland Cavalry, have announced a brand new 2023 North American tour, which kicks off on February 24.

And just in case fans somehow thought the six members of Flatland Cavalry wouldn't have enough manpower to put on a captivating show, the band are taking a sprawling list of support acts on tour with them.

Brent Cobb, The Steel Woods, Pony Bradshaw, Cole Chaney, Meghan Patrick, Colby Acuff, Connor Smith, Emily Nenni and Grady Spencer & The Work will all be opening for Flatland Cavalry on various dates.

Here, you'll find all the latest updates and show announcements for Flatland Cavalry’s 2023 Concert Tour as they are announced.

The newly unveiled dates will take Flatland Cavalry across the country, with shows lined up in states such as Texas, Ohio, North Carolina, Utah, New York, Georgia and more.

The ‘Some Things Never Change’ hitmakers will also be joining Luke Combs’ blockbuster world tour for a slew of shows.

In addition to this, Flatland Cavalry will be supporting fellow Texan, Parker McCollum, for his show in Huntsville, Alabama.

With the group set to be on the road with so many artists this year, fans will be wondering whether this could lead to some exciting new collaborations arising from the tour bus.

Flatland Cavalry have continued to treat fans with a steady drip-feed of new music, since putting out their celebrated Welcome To Countryland album in 2021.

In May 2022, they dropped new Far Out West versions of seven previously released songs, followed by their wintery Songs To Keep You Warm EP in October. It'll be interesting to see which of these are included in their 2023 set-list, and whether this will alter over the course of the tour.

For all 2023 Flatland Cavalry Concert Tour Dates and Tickets, see below:

FEBRUARY

24 - College Station, TX #

25 - San Antonio, TX

MARCH

23 - Austin, TX

24 - Houston, TX "

25 - Arlington, TX *

30 - Lexington, KY &

31 - Grand Rapids, MI &

APRIL

1 - Indianapolis, IN *

7 - Lubbock, TX "

8 - Newcastle, TX

13 - Asheville, NC %

14 - Athens, GA %

15 - Nashville, TN *

22 - Detroit, MI *

25 - South Burlington, VT %

26 - New York, NY %

27 - Alexandria, VA %

28 - Charlottesville, VA %

29 - Pittsburgh, PA *

MAY

4 - Columbia, MO @

5 - Chicago, IL @

6 - Chicago, IL *

11 - Hays, KS !

12 - Omaha, NE <

13 - Minneapolis, MN *

19 - Salt Lake City, UT @

20 - Boise, ID *

24 - Portland, OR @

25 - Spokane, WA @

26 - Tacoma, WA @

27 - Vancouver, BC *

28 - Palmer, AK

JUNE

3 - Edmonton, AB *

8 - Fort Smith, AR =

9 - Wichita, KS +=

10 - Kansas City, MO *

15 - Columbus, OH !

16 - Cincinnati, OH !

17 - St. Louis, MO *

22 - Little Rock, AR $

23 - Oklahoma City, OK $

24 - Luling, TX $

JULY

6 - Isle of Palms, SC =

7 - Orlando, FL =

8 - Tampa, FL *

13 - Montgomery, AL "

14 - Huntsville, AL ^

15 - Charlotte, NC *

20 - Buffalo, NY $

21 - Cambridge, MA $

22 - Foxborough, MA *

27 - Norfolk, VA =

28 - Richmond, VA =

29 - Philadelphia, PA *

Support Key:

# - Connor Smith

* - Supporting Luke Combs

^ - Supporting Parker McCollum

& - Meghan Patrick

% - Cole Chaney

@ - Colby Acuff

! - Grady Spencer & The Work

< - Brent Cobb

= - Pony Bradshaw

+ - The Steel Woods

$ - Emily Nenni

" - Support TBA

Tickets are available to Flatland Cavalry's North American tour from Friday, January 20, and can be purchased here.

Be sure to also check out Holler's updated 2023 US and Canada Festival Guide to see where Flatland Cavalry is playing here.

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