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Koe Wetzel: Damn Near Normal Tour

July 14, 2023 8:49 am GMT
Last Edited April 8, 2024 7:01 pm GMT

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After a busy 2023 on his sprawling Road to Hell Paso Tour, fringe country act Koe Wetzel looks to be keeping up much of the same energy for 2024.

With a new musical era teed up to begin later this year, the 'Something to Talk About' singer also has a slew of festival appearances lined up throughout the year, and will serve as support on a single date on Morgan Wallen's One Night At A Time Tour in July.

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Kicking off on July 27 in The Woodlands, Texas, Wetzel will kept booked and busy all the way through early November.

While stateside, he'll be making stops all across the country, including in Idaho, Nevada, Connecticut, New Jersey, the Carolinas, Indiana, Alabama and everywhere in between on his 40+ date trek.

Along the way, he'll play a coveted show at Red Rocks on October 13 alongside Treaty Oak Revival, Kolton Moore & the Clever Few. Throughout the tour, he's bringing a variety of special guests with him, including Kolby Cooper, Pecos & the Rooftops, Tanner Usrey, Dylan Wheeler and Kat Hastye.

Hopping across the pond in October, the fringe artist will perform in the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and across the UK through November 13.

Apart from his colossal touring schedule, Wetzel has a quartet of headlining shows slated for the year, all being in California. Running from April 17-20, he'll be making stops in Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Paso Robles and San Diego.

Since releasing his debut project, Out on Parole, in 2015, Wetzel has positioned himself at the forefront of the new brand of country-rock that is being pioneered by contemporaries such as HARDY.

Wetzel will bring hits such as ‘Cabo’ and ‘Good Die Young’ out to festivals with him, promising to be fiery, rowdy and memorable - although, judging by the number of drinking anthems in his repertoire, perhaps not so memorable for some!

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Written by Lydia Farthing