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Hayes Carll

Hayes Carll Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 273,052
Category Alternative Country, Songwriter, Country, Singer
Concerts
Apr
18
Tipitina's Uptown
New Orleans
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Apr
21
Heartwood Soundstage
Gainesville
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Apr
23
Bijou Theatre
Knoxville
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Apr
24
Salvage Station
Asheville
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Apr
25
Cat's Cradle
Carrboro
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Apr
26
Windjammer
Isle Of Palms
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Apr
27
Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
Wilmington
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Apr
28
Neighborhood Theatre
Charlotte
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May
03
Big Barn Dance - Bryan 2024
Bryan
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May
07
Red Rocks Amphitheatre w/ Shane Smith & The Saints
Morrison
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May
15
Majestic Fort Smith
Fort Smith
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May
16
The Lexus Box Garden at Legacy Hall
Plano
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May
17
Red River Station
Saint Jo
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May
18
The Backyard Bar Stage and Grill
Waco
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May
31
Ogden Music Festival 2024
Ogden
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Jun
06
Tower Theatre
Oklahoma City
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Jun
07
Levitt Pavilion
Arlington
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Jun
08
Gruene Hall
New Braunfels
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Jun
09
Kerrville Folk Festival 2024
Kerrville
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Aug
02
Dillon Amphitheater
Dillon
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Aug
12
Rodney Crowell: It Starts With a Song 2024
Idyllwild-pine Cove
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Nov
01
Moon Crush Cowboy Moon 2024
Miramar Beach
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About Hayes Carll
The country simplicity that imbues Hayes Carll’s songs can sometimes hide the social conscience and sharp humor that also runs through them, but if you want to find those things, they are there. In fact, Carll has spent over 20 years having a conversation about what it is we’re all doing here with anyone who will listen. He makes us laugh––but then he makes us cry. We judge a song’s protagonist, only for Carll to spin us around to commiserate with them. “I like to tug at heartstrings, find commonality with others, reflect on my own life, and sometimes I do it in a lighthearted way,” says Carll. “A lot of musical styles found their way onto this record, but my first and most formative influences came from country music. This is a country singer-songwriter record. It’s just unapologetically me.” Carll is talking about You Get It All, his eighth album. His voice, rich but worn, has never sounded better. As a songwriter, he is in top form, turning droll confessions, messy relationships, motel room respites, and an exasperated, hitchhiking God into modern nuggets. The New York Times likened Carll’s ability to undergird humor with a weightier narrative to Bob Dylan. When Carll talks about the sounds that are in his own head, he mentions Randy Travis. That juxtaposition defines the singularity of Carll’s career: He exists in a space of his own, informed by John Prine, Tom Waits, and Dylan but also by Travis, Kenny Rogers, and Hank Williams, Jr. Those influences may have made him hard to pigeonhole, but he’s still been embraced. Two Americana Music Awards, a Grammy nomination for Best Country Song, and multiple Austin Music Awards line his resumé́. He’s had the most-played record on Americana radio twice. His songs appear on the screen regularly and have been recorded by Kenny Chesney, Lee Ann Womack, and Brothers Osborne, to name a few. You Get It All was produced by Allison Moorer and guitar legend Kenny Greenberg. Carll credits his partnership with singer, songwriter, and artist Moorer, his wife, as a force that helps both clarify what he wants and challenge self-imposed limits. “She’s a world-class artist who has a way of helping me articulate my vision,” he says. Opener “Nice Things” layers a laugh-out-loud narrative exposing humanity’s botched stewardship of Earth––and one another––over vintage country cool. In the song written with the Brothers Osborne, God comes down to check on us––and she is not impressed. “It’s social commentary, but it’s not dour,” Carll says. “I hope the song can make people sing along, laugh a bit, and maybe recognize that we can do better.” The title track is classic Carll—a front-porch singalong with a deeper message for those who want it. Self-deprecating and sweet, the song is an ode to bringing one’s whole self to a relationship––the good and the bad. “I’m at a point in my life where that rings true to me,” says Carll. “What I want, and what I think a lot of people want, is to feel like they’re getting the real thing.” “Help Me Remember” is a feat of storytelling that tackles an underrepresented topic in art: dementia from the perspective of the patient. “It’s a visual song. To tell this story, we had to put the listener right there,” Carll says. “I was thinking about how scary and sad it is for the person who is suffering from it, and how heartbreaking and frustrating it is for the friends and family going through it with them.” Among Carll’s co-writers is singer-songwriter Brandy Clark, who helped him pen and perform “In the Mean Time,” a gorgeous, honky-tonk waltz which perfectly depicts the damage couples can inflict on each other when they’re at their worst. The multi-dimensionality of relationships is a thread woven throughout the entire album. “When we’re our weakest or most afraid, real damage can be done to our relationships, as well as our spirits,” says Carll. “You can love somebody, everything can be as good as you could’ve imagined, but when your traumas or fears come out, all that love can disappear in an instant.” Rollicking through snarling 80s country guitar licks, “To Keep From Being Found” is an escape to a motel room with a TV on wheels, a bath, and line after delectable line. Subdued album closer “If It Was Up to Me” aches through a list of wishes that seem frivolous at first but build into a portrait of pain that’s far more complicated. Written with Moorer and Sean McConnell, it’s a gorgeous example of one of Carll’s favorite artistic devices: leading listeners to underestimate a character with whom they’ll ultimately empathize. “The way humor and sadness can work together is powerful,” he says. Honest and sometimes subversive, but never mean-spirited, Carll keeps writing sad, funny, compelling songs in which nobody’s perfect or predictable––at least not for long. And he can’t quit wishing we’ll all realize that’s the way anything worth having or being has got to go. “I hope this record helps people feel good, laugh a bit, and maybe give them something to lean on when they need it,” he says. “I hope they dance to it, too.”
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Genres
Alternative Country, Songwriter, Country, Singer
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What fans are saying
Mary
5 / 5
What a talented singer songwriter! The entire evening was a collaboration with The Band of Heathens who are superb in their own right. Missed Todd Snider (sending healing prayers), but Allison Moorer, Jamie Lyn Wilson and Bruce Robison supported the bill. The crowd was into the music all night singing along. It was a magical night in Luckenbach.
Luckenbach Texas Fredericksburg, TX
Oct 15, 2023
James
5 / 5
Ive always wanted to see hayes. Great venue, great sound, great people. While he was on stage still he signed the record i bought of his. He didnt have to but he did. Hayes is a true talent and amazing writer. And he interacted with the crowed unlike the openers. Acknowledging the little kids. Which made their day.
Centennial Park Nashville, TN
May 28, 2023
Stephen
4 / 5
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed this pre-Christmas show. Hayes assembled a great band and the song selection was wonderful. The four star rating is because of opening act, Melissa Carper. Granted, she is a talented bassist, but her voice is tough to listen to. Fortunately, Hayes, Allison and the band were fantastic.
The Heights Theater Houston, TX
Dec 02, 2023
Dean
4 / 5
Hayes Carll and his band put on an excellent show Friday night at the Tractor Tavern in Ballard. So nice that live music is back. Hayes set included songs from his previous albums as well as from his recent release “ You Get It All”. His band is excellent. If you get the chance go see them.
Tractor Tavern Seattle, WA
Apr 24, 2022
Scott
4 / 5
Hayes brought a brilliant band to one of the best music rooms in the city and put on a solid show. He led off with new material, then shifted gears into crowd favorites. Although his voice sounded a touch road-weary, his easy patter and sleepy-eyed good humor won the room over. That, and some fantastic songs.
Lincoln Hall Chicago, IL
Nov 02, 2022
Ryan
5 / 5
Just a chill laid back dude and a great musician. The kind that doesn’t take himself too seriously. He rocks and jams, but also a guy you’d want to hang out and drink a couple whiskeys or beers with afterward. Sit back, listen, chill and sip on an old fashioned.
Live Stream Nashville, TN
May 24, 2020
Joe
5 / 5
Fantastic show. Hayes was outstanding as usual. Ben Dickey was a fabulous opener. The music from Hayes’ new album is amazing and he did a slowed down acoustic version of a bad Liver and a Broken Heart that was a killer. I love it whenever Hayes comes to town.
Crescent Ballroom Phoenix, AZ
May 11, 2019
Phillip
5 / 5
The show was amazing! The venue is always awesome! We purchased the VIP experience and it was well worth the extra $$$. Hayes put on a stellar show. Couldn’t have gone better. I only wish he’d come to Fort Collins more often!
Washington’s FoCo Fort Collins, CO
Apr 16, 2022
Skip
5 / 5
I’ve wanted to see Hayes for a long time and this was a great show! Amazing songwriter. Great storyteller. If you like Americana (or what I call real county music) Then do not miss him if he comes your way. Great show.
Belly Up Tavern Solana Beach, CA
May 02, 2022
HILDY
4 / 5
Love his sense of humor and kindness. The bass was really loud - it seemed to get a little better after a few songs, but it was still too strong and made it hard to understand Hayes's lyrics.
Santa Fe Railyard Arts District Santa Fe, NM
Jul 16, 2022
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Hayes Carll Tour Cities
New Braunfels, TX Idyllwild-Pine Cove, CA Arlington, TX Kerrville, TX Morrison, CO Knoxville, TN Waco, TX Gainesville, FL Wilmington, NC Charlotte, NC New Orleans, LA Bryan, TX Saint Jo, TX Ogden, UT Asheville, NC Miramar Beach, FL Fort Smith, AR Isle of Palms, SC Oklahoma City, OK Dillon, CO Plano, TX Carrboro, NC

Frequently Asked Questions About Hayes Carll

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Hayes Carll on tour?

Yes, Hayes Carll is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Hayes Carll concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Hayes Carll tour is scheduled for 22 dates across 22 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Hayes Carll scheduled to play?

Hayes Carll is scheduled to play 22 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Hayes Carll tour start?

Hayes Carll’s tour starts Apr 18, 2024 and ends on Nov 01, 2024. They will play 22 cities; their most recent concert was held in New Orleans at Tipitina's Uptown and their next upcoming concert will be in Idyllwild-pine Cove at Tahquitz Pines Retreat.

What venues is Hayes Carll performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 18 - New Orleans, LA @ Tipitina's Uptown
Apr 21 - Gainesville, FL @ Heartwood Soundstage
Apr 23 - Knoxville, TN @ Bijou Theatre
Apr 24 - Asheville, NC @ Salvage Station
Apr 25 - Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle
Apr 26 - Isle Of Palms, SC @ Windjammer
Apr 27 - Wilmington, NC @ Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
Apr 28 - Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theatre
May 03 - Bryan, TX @ Travis Bryan Midtown Park
May 07 - Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
May 15 - Fort Smith, AR @ Majestic Fort Smith
May 16 - Plano, TX @ The Lexus Box Garden at Legacy Hall
May 17 - Saint Jo, TX @ Red River Station BBQ
May 18 - Waco, TX @ The Backyard Bar Stage and Grill
May 31 - Ogden, UT @ Fort Buenaventura Park
Jun 06 - Oklahoma City, OK @ Tower Theatre
Jun 07 - Arlington, TX @ Levitt Pavilion
Jun 08 - New Braunfels, TX @ Gruene Hall
Jun 09 - Kerrville, TX @ Quiet Valley Ranch
Aug 02 - Dillon, CO @ Dillon Amphitheater
Aug 12 - Idyllwild-pine Cove, CA @ Tahquitz Pines Retreat
Nov 01 - Miramar Beach, FL @ Seascape Resort
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