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Brent Cobb

Brent Cobb Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 93,861
Category Folk, Country, Southern Rock, Americana
Concerts
Mar
20
Livin' The Dream Tour - Princess Theatre
Decatur
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Mar
22
Livin' The Dream Tour - Boot Barn Hall
Gainesville
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Mar
23
Livin' The Dream Tour - Radio Room
Greenville
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Mar
24
Livin' The Dream Tour - The Grey Eagle
Asheville
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Mar
28
Livin' The Dream Tour - The Orpheum
Tampa
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Mar
29
Livin' The Dream Tour - Tuffy's Music Box
Sanford
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Mar
30
Livin' The Dream Tour - Jack Rabbits
Jacksonville
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Apr
18
Livin' The Dream Tour - Louisiana Grandstand
Shreveport
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Apr
19
Livin' The Dream Tour - The Vanguard
Tulsa
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Apr
20
Wiggy Thump 2024
Palestine
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Apr
27
Atrium Health Amphitheater with Turnpike Troubadors
Macon
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May
02
Livin' The Dream Tour - Joe's on Weed St.
Chicago
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May
03
Livin' The Dream Tour - House of Blues
Cleveland
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May
04
Livin' The Dream Tour - A&R Music Bar
Columbus
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May
05
Livin' The Dream Tour - HiFi Indy
Indianapolis
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May
08
Livin' The Dream Tour - The Blue Note
Columbia
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May
09
Livin' The Dream Tour - Midnight Rodeo
Springfield
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May
10
Livin' The Dream Tour - Growlers
Memphis
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May
11
Livin' The Dream Tour - Soul Kitchen
Mobile
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May
31
BackCountry Festival 2024
Gardnerville Ranchos
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Jun
02
Railbird Music Festival 2024
Lexington
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Jun
20
Livin' The Dream Tour - Ardmore Music Hall
Ardmore
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Jun
21
Red Wing Roots Music Festival 2024
Mount Solon
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Jun
21
Livin' The Dream Tour - Union Stage
Washington
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Jun
22
Livin' The Dream Tour - The Broadberry
Richmond
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Jun
27
Livin' The Dream Tour - Fine Line Music Cafe
Minneapolis
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Jun
29
Livin' The Dream Tour - Coyote Crossing Resort
Cadillac
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Aug
21
Tønder Festival 2024
Tønder
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About Brent Cobb
With a Grammy-nominated album under his belt, Brent Cobb spent most of 2017 on the road, touring behind his major label debut, Shine On Rainy Day. It was a hard time to not be inspired. Anchored by southern storytelling and swampy,country-soul swagger,Shine On Rainy Day had become a critical and commercial hit, earning Cobb a long string of shows with artistslike Chris Stapleton and Margo Price. He embraced the road-warrior lifestyle, picking up ideas for new songs every time his band hit the highway. Somewhere between the whirl of shows, hotels, and truck stops, Providence Canyon began taking shape. During breaks in the band’s schedule, Cobb would return to Nashville—his hometown for a decade, ever since he left his childhood stomping grounds of rural Georgia—and head over to RCA Studio A. There, in an historic studio run by his cousin, producer Dave Cobb, he brewed up a sound that nodded to his previous material while still pushing forward. The songs were faster. More upbeat. More personal, too. Together, they formed his sophomore album, 2018’s Providence Canyon. Named after a Georgian gully that Cobb often visited as a teenager, Providence Canyon is an evocative, electrified album about a life lived on the run. There are road songs, half-lit drinking tunes, tributes to friends and family, and nostalgic nods to one’s younger years. There are songs about returning home and songs about getting the hell out of dodge. Gluing everything together is the unforced country croon and sharp songwriting of Brent Cobb, who credits his recent touring history for inspiring the album’s quicker pace. “I’ve always liked the funkier side of country and the funkier side of rock,” he explains. “Those influences have been a part of me for years, but they’re really coming to the forefront now. When you’re touring with Chris Stapleton, and you’re performing to a crowd of 10,000 people before he hits the stage, you find yourself wanting to play something upbeat.” If Shine On Rainy Day felt like a laidback country album for front-porch picking sessions, then Providence Canyon is built for something bigger. This is music for juke joints, pool halls, and roadhouses, filled with electric guitar (performed by Cobb’s touring bandmate, Mike Harris), B3 organ, percussive groove, and co-ed harmonies. And while the album’s recording sessions were spread out across an entire year, each song was captured in a small number of takes, with Brent and Dave Cobb relying on instinct and spur-of-the-moment ideas. The two cousins may have grown up on opposite sides of Georgia, but they share similar backgrounds and musical instincts—two qualities that lend an earthy authenticity to these 11 songs of the south. “It’s in the blood,” Brent says of his connection to his cousin— who, in addition to producing Shine on Rainy Day, has also overseen award-winning records for Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson, and Chris Stapleton. “We didn’t grow up together,but we’re so similar in our approaches. It’s important to me to do this with him, because these songs are about the places I’m from, the places I’ve visited, and the people who’ve taken me there. My family is all over these songs.” Songs like “Loreen” and “Come Home Soon” were partially inspired by Cobb’s daughter, while “King of Alabama” was written in honor of a close family friend, songwriter Wayne Mills, who passed away in 2013. “I keep his chain in my pocket, his son in my prayers / Every stage I’m on, I can feel him there,” Cobb sings during the latter song, which pays tribute not only to Mills’ life, but also to the struggle of roadbound musicians everywhere. During the final chorus, Cobb promises to honor Mills’ legacy by doing the very thing Mills did best: creating real, raw music. He urges his audience to do the same. “Honky-tonk’s the trick,” he sings. “Get a guitar and grab a pick / Let the old tunes possess you, and play.” On the drawling, guitar-driven “Mornin’s Gonna Come” and “Sucker for a Good Time,” Cobb battles against the temptations of the road, where the drinks are free and the nights are long. He doubles down on his commitment to his wife and daughter with “Ain’t a Road Too Long,” whose mix of Bible Belt boogie-woogie and Southern rock channels influences like the Band. Then, on the album’s breezy title track, he casts his mind back to his teenage years, when a trip to Providence Canyon—a 150-feet gorge in the sandy clay of southwest Georgia, less than an hour’s drive from Cobb’s hometown—was enough to remind him of life’s fleeting, precious nature. “The night won’t last forever, after all,” he sings during the song’s chorus, while pedal steel and acoustic guitars chime in the background. Technically one of the oldest songs in Brent Cobb’s catalog, “Providence Canyon” (like the album that borrows its name) glorifies the thrill of hitting the open road, while also pining for the comfort and safety of home. Those themes permeate the album. For Cobb—a longtime touring musician who’d already logged years on the road before Shine on Rainy Day’s success—there’s never been a better time to explore the interlocking worlds of family, work, home, the highway, and wanderlust. Providence Canyon is the soundtrack to that journey. “Growing up, I didn’t know the definition of ‘providence,’” he admits. “I looked it up in my early 20s, and the definition is something like ‘the protective power of God—or nature—as a spiritual power.’ When I read that, it inspired the whole song. I was 23 at the time, and I missed the old days and the freedom of youth. Years later, I still try to keep my music honest and somehow sacred, which is why Providence Canyon felt like the appropriate title for this collection of songs. Maybe it’s got something to do with the recurring feeling of me wanting to get home all the time, even while I’m enjoying my shows more than ever. Maybe home is a providence canyon in itself.”
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Genres
Folk, Country, Southern Rock, Americana
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What fans are saying
Lucas
4 / 5
Great show. Woulda loved if it was just him. Have nothing against Hayes Carll but Brent is the man I went to see. Got to meet him after the show. Just a great night.
Bijou Theatre Knoxville, TN
Oct 23, 2022
Brad
5 / 5
Brent is one of the best artists around. His writing and storytelling add depth to simple songs about life. His backing band is too notch. This was a great concert!
WorkPlay Birmingham, AL
Mar 05, 2018
Kelly
5 / 5
Brent Cobb is always an amazing performance. Great storytelling, great lyrics, great performance. He is a must see. Played some old stuff and brand new stuff, looking forward to a next album!
Valley Bar Phoenix, AZ
Oct 25, 2019
Phillip
5 / 5
First time seeing Brent Cobb and Hayes Carl. It was a great show, they played together and individually told a few stories along the way. I just wished it wasa little onger.
The Basement East Nashville, TN
Oct 16, 2022
Jay
5 / 5
Brent was AWESOME. The Minneapolis crowd was a little off. Way too much audience disruption. Brent had to STOP and ask a moron in the front row to be removed.
The Cedar Cultural Center Minneapolis, MN
Sep 30, 2019
Erinn
5 / 5
Electrifying. Soul stirring and body shaking! See this band live. You will not regret it. Shows are selling out quick. Get tickets while you still can.
Tractor Tavern Seattle, WA
Nov 02, 2019
Mario G.
5 / 5
Brent is an underrated talent. Anytime he's in town we go see him. He takes the time to talk to his fans too which we love.
The Heights Theater Houston, TX
Mar 27, 2023
Haley
5 / 5
A-w-e-s-o-m-e and even took the time to say hi to fans in between sets. Thanks for coming out and showing CA some love. We love you!
Mattress Firm Amphitheatre San Diego, CA
Nov 21, 2018
Devin
5 / 5
The Steel Woods were really good. .. Brent was great! I dig his journeyman vibe. He's a legend in my eyes... one of the greats!
Silverados Black Mountain, NC
Aug 20, 2023
Anonymous
5 / 5
I loved the concert so much! He is my favorite and I was more than happy. I can't wait to see him again.
Hi-Fi Indianapolis, IN
Feb 20, 2022
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Brent Cobb Tour Cities
Tulsa, OK Gardnerville Ranchos, NV Jacksonville, FL Mount Solon, VA Tampa, FL Washington City, DC Minneapolis, MN Decatur, AL Asheville, NC Indianapolis, IN Memphis, TN Ardmore, PA Greenville, SC Gainesville, GA Lexington, KY Mobile, AL Springfield, MO Chicago, IL Cleveland, OH Sanford, FL Richmond, VA Palestine, TX Columbia, MO Tønder, Denmark Macon, GA Shreveport, LA Columbus, OH Cadillac, MI

Frequently Asked Questions About Brent Cobb

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Brent Cobb on tour?

Yes, Brent Cobb is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Brent Cobb concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Brent Cobb tour is scheduled for 28 dates across 28 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Brent Cobb scheduled to play?

Brent Cobb is scheduled to play 28 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Brent Cobb tour start?

Brent Cobb’s tour starts Mar 20, 2024 and ends on Aug 21, 2024. They will play 28 cities; their most recent concert was held in Decatur at Princess Theatre and their next upcoming concert will be in Gardnerville Ranchos at BackCountry Festival.

What venues is Brent Cobb performing at?

As part of the Brent Cobb tour, Brent Cobb is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Mar 20 - Decatur, AL @ Princess Theatre
Mar 22 - Gainesville, GA @ Boot Barn Hall (Gainesville)
Mar 23 - Greenville, SC @ Radio Room
Mar 24 - Asheville, NC @ The Grey Eagle
Mar 28 - Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
Mar 29 - Sanford, FL @ Tuffy's Music Box
Mar 30 - Jacksonville, FL @ Jack Rabbits
Apr 18 - Shreveport, LA @ Louisiana Grandstand
Apr 19 - Tulsa, OK @ Vanguard
Apr 20 - Palestine, TX @ Anderson County Youth Livestock Pavillion
Apr 27 - Macon, GA @ Macon Amphitheater
May 02 - Chicago, IL @ Joe's on Weed Street
May 03 - Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues Cleveland
May 04 - Columbus, OH @ A&R Music Bar
May 05 - Indianapolis, IN @ Hi-Fi
May 08 - Columbia, MO @ The Blue Note
May 09 - Springfield, MO @ Midnight Rodeo
May 10 - Memphis, TN @ Growlers
May 11 - Mobile, AL @ Soul Kitchen Music Hall
May 31 - Gardnerville Ranchos, NV @ BackCountry Festival
Jun 02 - Lexington, KY @ The Red Mile
Jun 20 - Ardmore, PA @ Ardmore Music Hall
Jun 21 - Mount Solon, VA @ Natural Chimneys Park
Jun 21 - Washington, DC @ Union Stage
Jun 22 - Richmond, VA @ The Broadberry
Jun 27 - Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line
Jun 29 - Cadillac, MI @ Coyote Crossing Resort
Aug 21 - Tønder, Denmark @ Tønder Festival Official
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