Travis Tritt Posts Epic Snaps from Sold Out Acoustic Show in Knoxville

by Thad Mitchell
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After months and months of isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Travis Tritt is among artists slowly returning to live shows.

Tritt recently performed an acoustic show in front of a live audience in Knoxville, Tennessee. The country music singer and songwriter says the show was “sold out” with country music fans packed in. He took to social media on Saturday to share a few photos from his most recent acoustic concert.

It is safe to say that Tritt certainly enjoyed performing in front of the spirited live crowd. It is also safe to say the crowd was happy to be a part of the live performance.

“More shots from my Sold Out solo acoustic show tonight in Knoxville!” Tritt says.

Tritt includes several pics of his East Tennessee performance in his Instagram post. With a large crowd in front of him, the country music star is all smiles as he strums his guitar and belts outs hit songs.

The Instagram post took in more than 2,500 “likes” and dozens of comments from Tritt fans. Some fans in attendance at the recent concert took to the post’s comments section to show their appreciation.

“Great Show!” one fan posts in the comments. “We loved it!”

Travis Tritt Among Artists Returning to Live Shows

Travis Tritt is one of many musical artists who is easing back into the live show circuit as pandemic restrictions begin to lighten. While social distancing and the wearing of face-covering masks is still recommended, several areas are slowly beginning to reopen to the public.

Tritt also played a live acoustic show in Poplar Bluff, Missouri over the weekend. He says it is encouraging and inspiring to see so many fans attending his shows.

“Another packed house for my solo acoustic show tonight in Poplar Bluff, Missouri!” he says in another social media post. “I can’t tell you all how good it is to be doing live shows again! Thanks to everyone who came out tonight to enjoy an evening of live music. I love and appreciate you all so much!”

Tritt is also set to release a new studio album later this year. He describes “Set in Stone” as a no-frills, classic outlaw-country album.

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