Riley Green has announced his 33-city “Ain’t My Last Rodeo Tour,” which will kick off Feb. 22. Tracy Lawrence and Ella Langley will support him on arena and amphitheater stages across the country on the new tour.
The trek will visit Savannah, Lexington, Biloxi, Baton Rouge, Anaheim, San Jose, Omaha and more through June 1. Tickets will go on sale to the general public Sept. 15, with pre-sale beginning Sept. 12.
Green’s new album Ain’t My Last Rodeo is due out Oct. 13 and includes the “I Wish Grandpas Never Died”-singer’s current single with his former tour-mate, “Different ‘Round Here (Ft. Luke Combs),” and a lot more of the undeniably country sound fans have come to know and love from him. Heavily influenced by the rural, small town and slower way of life Green returns to after performing for thousands of fans, Ain’t My Last Rodeo is a window into his experiences, values, pastimes and love of family.
“Ain’t My Last Rodeo is inspired by what I know best: hard work, life outdoors and family and it’s going to be fun adding these new songs to our full set,” says Green. “I’ve been a fan of Tracy Lawrence since I was a kid so I’m looking forward to having him out with us and watching the fans singing along to all his hits. I also really love what Ella Langley is doing—it’s going to be a great time all around.”