Tyler Childers Upcoming Red Rocks Concerts Will Be Available To Livestream from Your Couch

by Jonathan Howard
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So, you can’t make it to the Tyler Childers concert at Red Rock Amphitheatre. Well, you can livestream it from the comfort of your living room. That’s right, get live Childers right in your own home. He will be playing at the historic and beautiful venue outside of Denver, Colorado.

Childers isn’t playing just one night, but two. He will rock the stage on September 29 and 30. Livestream tickets are already available online. So, fans can get ready to make plans ahead of time. There is just over a week until he takes the stage.

Right now, the in-person concert is sold out. So, if you were hoping to land a last-minute ticket to see the real thing live, it is too late. Or, it will cost a lot of money to get in. Prior to his performance in Colorado, Tyler Childers is going to be playing Farm Aid. It is going to be a nice run of shows to end the month for the Kentucky native.

Alongside Childers at Red Rocks will be Margo Price, Ona, and John R. Miller. Price will place both nights while Ona and John R. Miller take turns from day one to day two. This is going to be such a special show. Childers and Price alone at that scenic venue is going to be next level. The addition of Ona and Miller makes it that much better. Might have to get a livestream ticket for myself!

Tyler Childers and Others Join Willie Nelson

Perhaps the best show of the year took place down in Virginia Beach last Friday. For Willie Nelson’s Outlaw Music Festival Tour, he was joined by a great group of artists. Tyler Childers, Margot Price, and Sturgill Simpson all joined Nelson for a rendition of Amazing Grace. How amazing it truly was.

Not one of these artists has a typical sound. They each have made their careers off of their unique sounds. You could call all four of these artists outsiders…they have all made their success off of being themselves.

Hearing them all get together on the song was special. That lineup might never happen again, but by God, I hope it does. I’ve seen Willie live and I’ve seen Sturgill and Childers live as well. Putting the three of them together plus Margot Price just might be my dream lineup. How jealous I am of those Virginia Beach concertgoers.

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