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Tyler Childers to make stop at USANA in SLC

Tyler Childers to make stop at USANA in SLC

Tyler Childers will continue his global “Mule Pull ’24 Tour” through next summer with newly confirmed shows at Chicago’s United Center, Boulder’s Folsom Field, Washington State’s Gorge Amphitheatre, Alpharetta’s Ameris Bank Amphitheatre (two nights), Tampa’s MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre, Vancouver’s Rogers Arena and Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome among many others. See below for complete itinerary. Special guests on the tour include Adeem The ArtistWilli CarlisleS.G. GoodmanWayne GrahamShakey GravesValerie JuneLaid Back Country PickerNathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats and Allison Russell.

The tour will make a stop in the Salt Lake City area at USANA Amphitheatre on August 20, 2024. 

Fans are being asked to register before tickets go on-sale to help block bots and scalpers, reduce resale and get tickets directly into the hands of real people. Registration for the pre-sale is open now until Sunday, October 8 at 11:59pm ET—sign up HERE. Once registration closes, fans will be randomly selected to receive a code that grants them access to the pre-sale starting next Wednesday, October 11. A very limited number of tickets will be available for the general on-sale following on Friday, October 13 at 10:00am local time at ticketmaster.com, while supplies last.

Fans who purchase tickets and can’t attend will have the option to resell their tickets at the original price paid using Ticketmaster’s Face Value Exchange. Tickets to all shows on the tour (excluding shows in NY, VA, CO and IL) will be mobile only and restricted from transfer. In NY, VA, CO and IL, tickets will be transferable and the artist requests that fans use the Face Value Exchange to help maintain original pricing. A valid bank account or debit card within the country of this event is required to sell on the Face Value Exchange. More information on Ticketmaster Exchange can be found here.

The new dates follow the first leg of Childers’ “Mule Pull ’24 Tour,” which sold-out instantly when tickets went on-sale last month. The extensive tour kicks off in February and includes stops at New York’s Madison Square Garden (two nights), Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena (two nights), Inglewood’s Kia Forum, Austin’s Moody Center, Fort Worth’s Dickies Arena and London’s Eventim Apollo (two nights) as well as shows in Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Norway and more.

The new dates follow the first leg of Childers’ “Mule Pull ’24 Tour,” which sold-out instantly when tickets went on-sale last month. The extensive tour kicks off in February and includes stops at New York’s Madison Square Garden (two nights), Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena (two nights), Inglewood’s Kia Forum, Austin’s Moody Center, Fort Worth’s Dickies Arena and London’s Eventim Apollo (two nights) as well as shows in Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Norway and more.

The upcoming performances celebrate Childers’ acclaimed new album, Rustin’ In TheRain (Hickman Holler Records/RCA Records), which recently debuted at #10 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart with 38,500 equivalent units sold—a career-high sales week for Childers. Stream/purchase here.

In celebration of the new record, Childers recently spoke with The New York Times, who praises, “His songs with roots in bluegrass, Southern rock and Appalachian tradition have pushed the boundaries of country music and even his own fan base, while cementing him as one of the most successful touring and streaming artists in his field—without the aid of radio,” and continues, “when he sings live, his eyes burn with the ferocity of a preacher, and fans hang on to every word.”

Critical acclaim for Rustin’ In The Rain:

“Childers is clearly continuing to grow his audience by simply staying true to himself…one of country music’s more interesting, boundary-pushing artists”—Grammy.com

“Childers makes clear that this isn’t a break with country music: It is a light cast on its history, a recognition of what it has been and can become”—Pitchfork

“a singular figure in roots music”—Vulture

“an original artist dedicated to finding new ways to outdo himself”—Associated Press

“Childers is the most essential mainstream country musician working right now”—Paste

“an uncompromising artist, one who lets his art speak for him…Childers is undeniably one of the most successful artists working today.”—The Bitter Southerner

“he’s redefining country music”—The Tennessean

“this is still Tyler operating on a fully-fleshed-out level, with songs and performances that stand tall next to his best”—Brooklyn Vegan

“one of the year’s more vital pure country albums”—PopMatters

“an outstanding singer and songwriter”—No Depression

“He is and will continue to be one of the most talented and important musical forces in American music and his new album is further evidence of this fact”—Americana Highways

“This is a complete body of work, thoughtfully curated, expertly crafted, and the finished product is yet another stellar piece of the Tyler Childers catalog”—Whiskey Riff

The penetrating country singer-songwriter is becoming a total rock star without any radio support…If you are not on this man’s express train to stardom, get on board now”—Music Row

“Childers continues to capture the complexities of rural life as he’s always done, carefully molding each narrative with his calloused hands and knowing heart”—Holler

“the potency of intention and raw emotion captivates”—Hits Daily Double

“an excellent album that completely transports you and makes you feel like you’ve just been dropped into an old-time honky-tonk bar, listening to a collection of timeless tunes”

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“The current king of alt-country”—Live For Live Music