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It’s a big week for Tyler Childers fans.
The 32-year-old country icon is dropping his sixth album “Rustin’ In The Rain” on Friday, Sept. 8 and, on top of that, he just announced his 2024 ‘Mule Pull Tour’ that will send him to arenas all over North America in April and May of next year.
And if you’re in New York, you’re in luck.
Childers is currently scheduled to close his spring trek at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, May 29.
He’s not going it alone either.
In addition to performing with his backing band, The Food Stamps, the “In Your Love” singer is bringing special guests S.G. Goodman, Wynonna, Shovels & Rope, Allison Russell, Sylvan Esso and a slew of other up and coming artists with him on select dates.
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Tyler Childers 2023-24 tour schedule
A complete calendar including all remaining 2023 tour dates as well as Childers’ ‘Mule Pull’ concert dates can be found below.
Tyler Childers set list
Not every Childers gig is quite like the last one.
After doing a bit of research, it appears the Kentucky native switches up the set list — with cover songs as well as acoustic and full band sets — quite a bit.
If you want an idea of what to expect, here’s what he played at a recent gig in Kansas City courtesy of Set List FM:
Acoustic set:
01.) “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” (Hank Williams With His Drifting Cowboys cover)
02.) “Nose on the Grindstone”
03.) “Lady May”
04.) “Follow You to Virgie”
Full Band set:
05.) “Whitehouse Road”
06.) “Old Country Church” (Hank Williams cover)
07.) “Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?”
08.) “Rock Salt & Nails” (Utah Phillips cover)
09.) “Angel Band”
10.) “Tattoos”
11.) “All Your’n”
12.) “Purgatory”
13.) “Cluck Ol Hen”
14.) “Two Coats”
15.) “Country Squire”
16.) “Tom Turkey” (Charley Crockett cover)
17.) “I Swear (to God)”
18.) “Honky Tonk Flame”
19.) “Way of the Triune God”
20.) “Peace of Mind”
21.) “House Fire”
22.) “Tulsa Turnaround” (Kenny Rogers & The First Edition cover)
23.) “Universal Sound”
24.) “Heart You’ve Been Tendin’”
25.) “Sour Mash” (Cory Branan cover)
Tyler Childers new music
As noted above, Childers is releasing his latest record “Rustin’ In The Rain” on Friday, Sept. 8.
Fans have likely heard the lush ballad lead single “In Your Love” already but if you want a quick preview of all tracks, we recommend checking out Whiskey Riff’s coverage of a recent Grand Ole Opry show where Childers played the upcoming record in its entirety.
How did the show go?
Well, let’s just say it was so successful that an audience member proposed to his boyfriend.
Want to see for yourself?
You can check out all the live versions of “Rustin’ In The Rain” shared by Whiskey Riff here.
Tyler Childers opening acts
Every Childers concert comes with a handful of special guests.
So, we’ve found the most-streamed song on Spotify from each opener to give you a taste of their sound before the show of your choosing.
Enjoy:
Abby Hamilton: “Big Time”
S.G. Goodman: “Space And Time”
Wayne Graham: “Real Speed Limit”
Wynonna: “No One Else On Earth”
The Travelin’ McCourys: “Let Her Go”
Shovels & Rope: “Unknown Legend”
John R. Miller: “Shenadoah Shakedown”
Medium Build: “Be Your Boy”
Hayes Carll: “Drunken Poet’s Dream”
49 Winchester: “Russell County Line”
Allison Russell: “Nightflyer”
Sylvan Esso: “Coffee”
Country stars on tour in 2023
This is a great year to be a fan of country.
Many of the biggest names around are touring all over North America at stadiums, arenas and amphitheaters this summer, fall and winter.
Here are just five of our favorite icons you won’t want to miss these next few months.
• Zach Bryan
• Chris Stapleton
• Morgan Wallen
• Luke Combs
• Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
Who else is on tour? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here to find out.

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