MIDLAND AMPS UP FOR ELECTRIC RODEO TOUR THIS FALL
Photo Courtesy of Big Machine Records
NASHVILLE, TN (June 18, 2018) – Combining their beer hall swagger and rhinestone-incrusted stylings, Grammy nominated and ACM Award-winning trio Midland will light up the road this fall on their ELECTRIC RODEO TOUR. The limited run of headline dates comes on the heels of recent notable performances from a sold-out show at Billy Bob’s in Ft. Worth, TX to a Bonnaroo set the Nashville Scene adored,“...their hammy-by-design, showboating approach to performing is just the shot of fun contemporary country needs.” Midland’s trek will take the Dripping Springs, TX troupe to major cities from Washington DC and Atlanta to Minneapolis, following their stint on Thomas Rhett’s LIFE CHANGES TOUR.
Tickets for ELECTRIC RODEO TOUR go on sale Friday, June 22 at 10 AM CT. Spotify fans in participating markets will receive a special pre-sale code via email on Wednesday, June 20 to get early access to tickets. Separately, those who have signed up for Midland’s mailing list will also be emailed a promo code on Wednesday morning.
2018 ELECTRIC RODEO TOUR DATES:
Oct 24 / Valencia Amphitheatre / Tucson, AZ
Nov 8 / 9:30 Club / Washington, DC
Nov 9 / The Stone Pony / Asbury Park, NJ
Nov 10 / Cone Denim Entertainment Center / Greensboro, NC
Nov 15 / Variety Playhouse / Atlanta, GA
Nov 16 / The Mill and Mine / Knoxville, TN
Dec 13 / Varsity Theatre / Minneapolis, MN
Dec 14 / Boondocks / Springfield, IL
Dominating 2018 with their impressive live shows, accolades and a new collaboration, Midland will wrap up the year “dancin’ with the one that brought them” – the fans. As an ode to their traditional Country roots, Midland filmed the music video for their latest single “Burn Out” at legendary honky tonk Billy Bob’s so it’s no surprise the band garnered GRAMMY® Awards nominations for Best Country Song and Best Country Duo/Group Performance and an ACM win for New Vocal Group of the Year. They also recorded a Spanish version of their PLATINUM-certified chart-topper – “Drinkin’ Problem (Brindemos)” – alongside Jay De La Cueva of Mexico’s Moderatto music group.