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Marty Stuart

Marty Stuart Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Followers 114,783
Category Bluegrass, Country
Concerts
Mar
12
The District
Sioux Falls
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Mar
14
Silver Dollar Bar & Grill
Jackson
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Mar
15
Deadwood Mountain Grand
Deadwood
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Mar
16
Mayo Civic Center
Rochester
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Mar
22
Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre
New Braunfels
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Mar
23
Louisiana Grandstand
Shreveport
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Mar
28
Birchmere
Alexandria
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Mar
29
Beacon Theatre
Hopewell
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Mar
30
Sawyer Theatre at The Egg Performing Arts Center
Albany
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Apr
06
Ellis Theater
Philadelphia
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Apr
11
Riviera Theatre
North Tonawanda
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Apr
14
American Music Theatre
Lancaster
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Apr
18
Rialto Square Theatre
Joliet
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Apr
19
Lincoln Square Theater
Decatur
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May
04
Princess Theatre
Decatur
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May
25
Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
Mt Vernon
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Jul
05
High Sierra Music Inc
Quincy
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Jul
18
Penn's Peak
Jim Thorpe
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Aug
09
Bridgestone Arena (w/ Chris Stapleton)
Nashville
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Aug
10
Bridgestone Arena
Nashville
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Sep
01
Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
Wilmington
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Oct
16
AO Arena (w/ Chris Stapleton)
Manchester
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Oct
17
OVO Hydro Arena (w/ Chris Stapleton)
Glasgow
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Oct
20
3Arena (w/ Chris Stapleton)
Dublin
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Oct
22
Utilita Arena (w/ Chris Stapleton)
Birmingham
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Oct
23
The O2 (w/ Chris Stapleton)
Greenwich
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About Marty Stuart
“You have to make the music that’s in your heart,” says Marty Stuart. “Sometimes that lines up with what’s going on out there in the world, sometimes it takes the world thirty or forty years to catch up, but if you’re true to your heart, that’s all that matters.” Altitude, Stuart’s exhilarating new album, is proof of that. Recorded in Nashville with his longtime band, The Fabulous Superlatives, the collection finds Stuart picking up where he left off on 2017’s Way Out West, exploring a cosmic country landscape populated by dreamers and drifters, misfits and angels, honky-tonk heroes and lonesome lovers. There’s a desert flare to the music here, a sweeping, spacious feel that conjures up wide-open horizons and endless stretches of two-lane highway, and the production is raw and cinematic to match, tipping its cap both to Bakersfield and Laurel Canyon as it balances jangle and twang in equal measure. It would be easy for an artist as accomplished as Stuart to rest on his laurels at this point in his career, but Altitude instead showcases the work of a searcher with an insatiable appetite for growth and reflection, one whose ambition, much like his keen wit and rich imagination, only seems to grow with each and every release. “I’ve always loved songs that feel like old friends but still sound new and fresh,” says Stuart. “The beautiful thing about country music is that the blueprint Jimmie Rodgers laid down—rambling, gambling, sin, redemption, Heaven, Hell—it’s all just as relevant now as it ever was. It’s the human condition, and if you’re honest about it and you’ve got a real band around you, you can make something that’s uniquely yours and stands the test of time.” A Country Music Hall of Famer, five-time Grammy Award-winner, and AMA Lifetime Achievement honoree, Stuart knows a thing or two about standing the test of time. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Mississippi, he landed his first big gig in Lester Flatts’ band at the tender age of thirteen, and by twenty-one, he was working on the road and in the studio with Johnny Cash. Though Stuart built his early reputation backing up country and bluegrass royalty, it wasn’t long before Nashville recognized him as a star in his own right, and over the course of forty-plus years as a solo artist, he would go on to release more than twenty major label albums, scoring platinum sales, hit singles, and just about every honor the industry could bestow along the way. “If country music had a president, it would be Marty Stuart,” famed documentarian Ken Burns once proclaimed. “He is the embodiment of the culture.” Stuart emerged as an unofficial caretaker of the culture, too, spending much of his career rescuing and collecting country music artifacts from throughout the genre’s history. The first piece he picked up? Patsy Cline’s makeup kit, which he bought from a junk shop for $75. These days, Stuart, who Rolling Stone calls “one of the world’s foremost country experts and archivists,” has roughly 20,000 pieces in his collection, including a handwritten copy of Hank Williams’ “I Saw The Light” and Johnny Cash’s first black performance suit. While select items have been exhibited everywhere from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to the Louvre, Stuart is hard at work building a dedicated arts and cultural center to preserve and display it all in his hometown of Philadelphia. “I’m calling it The Congress of Country Music, and I want it to serve as an inspirational spot,” says Stuart, who’s raised funds for the center with annual late night jams at the Ryman featuring everyone from Emmylou Harris and Sheryl Crow to Tyler Childers and Billy Strings. “I want it to be a touchstone where younger generations can learn about this stuff and figure out who they are and embark on their own musical journeys.” It’s that last part that particularly excites Stuart, whose musical journey came full circle on Altitude. Written primarily on the road, the collection was inspired in large part by Stuart’s 2018 tour supporting Byrds co-founders Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman, who reunited for the 50th anniversary of their seminal Sweetheart Of The Rodeo album. “I bought my first copy of Sweetheart Of The Rodeo for $2.99 at the discount bin in a shopping mall record store in Goodlettsville, Tennessee, and it became the blueprint for my musical life,” Stuart recalls. “Revisiting it on the road with Roger and Chris put me back under its spell all over again. I was writing songs in dressing rooms and soundchecks and on the bus, and then one day, I looked up and there was enough to make an album.” Stuart and his band spent much of 2019 breaking in the new material live, and by 2020, they were raring to get into the studio. COVID, however, had other plans. Not wanting to lose any momentum, Stuart moved the sessions from the temporarily shuttered Capitol Studios in Hollywood, CA to East Iris Studios in Nashville, TN, where he and his bandmates were still able to perform live on the floor (albeit masked and six feet apart). “We knew if we didn’t find a way to make the record in that moment, we might never recapture the same circle of fire around the songs we had going for us,” Stuart explains. “If we waited for COVID to pass, the album might very well have passed us by, too.” The electricity in the room is palpable on Altitude, which opens with the blistering and trippy “Lost Byrd Space Train (Scene 1).” Played on Byrds guitarist Clarence White’s original B-Bender Telecaster (another prized possession in Stuart’s collection), the instrumental track chugs along at a breakneck pace, flirting with country, bluegrass, and even psychedelic rock as it sets the stage for the wide-ranging sonic journey to come. Stuart keeps the energy high here—the scorching “Country Star” squeezes a lifetime’s worth of absurdist imagery into a three-minute tour-de-force, while the ecstatic “Time To Dance” is a slice of pure honky-tonk joy, and the rousing “Friend Of Mine” even offers hints of Link Wray and The Ventures—but he never loses sight of the emotional core of the music, even amidst all of the instrumental fireworks. The ringing 12-string and bittersweet harmonies of “Sitting Alone,” for instance, only serve to heighten the song’s sense of distance and isolation; the hypnotic sitar line on “Space” amplifies the uneasiness and longing that simmers just beneath the surface; and the spare acoustic delivery of “The Angels Came Down” underscores the raw vulnerability in Stuart’s deeply autobiographical lyrics. “‘The Angels Came Down’ is probably the most truthful song on the record,” Stuart reflects. “There have been times in my life when I’ve felt like a lost and wandering soul, just chasing all the wrong things. Some people lose their lives to that, but sometimes the angels offer you a hand up out of the darkness.” It’s that big picture perspective that guides Stuart on the album’s old-school, shuffling title track, which takes a bird’s eye view of what really matters most in this life. “To get to go and stay, must give all your love away,” Stuart sings over what turned out to be one of the final performances from late piano legend Pig Robbins. “I like to say that the most outlaw thing you can possibly do in Nashville right now is play country music,” Stuart says with a laugh. “This album is a reminder to me, and to anyone else out there who’s interested, that there’s still a few of us left who know how to do it. This music is in our hearts.”
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Genres
Bluegrass, Country
Band members
Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives
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What fans are saying
Freddie F.
4 / 5
Marty and the FS are so good.. .if you have any appreciation for traditional American music..you need to see them at least once in your lifetime..... indoor venues translate better but you take what you can when he comes North...😊
Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion Boston, MA
Jul 26, 2019
Roger
5 / 5
If you get the opportunity to do the VIP Ticket, do it! It's a great experience! Marty and the Superlatives always put on a great show and the GPAC is a great venue for a concert.
Germantown Performing Arts Center Germantown, TN
Nov 19, 2022
Don
4 / 5
Marty, the Fabulous Superlatives and the Clayton Center were all superb! Go see Marty and his talented band. The Clayton Center and downtown Clayton was a great surprise! Shout out to Crawford Cookshop!
The Clayton Center Clayton, NC
Jul 04, 2022
Anonymous
5 / 5
Marty and The Superlatives were at the top of their game but ai was disappointed that Harry did not play a full drum set. Only used a snare around his waist.
The Palace Theatre Corsicana, TX
Aug 14, 2022
David
5 / 5
The show was postponed until later to give Marty a chance to be with his family after the death of his sister. We are looking forward to the rescheduled show.
Egyptian Theatre DeKalb, IL
Sep 24, 2023
Rick
5 / 5
First time at Kessler will be back for sure. Marty Stuart is the best needs to come to town more often He s great country music
The Kessler Dallas, TX
Feb 20, 2018
Douglas
5 / 5
A great performance! Everyone was playing great! The venue is great, very intimate! I loved hearing the story behind the Pilgrim album and of course the songs!
The Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries St. Louis, MO
Sep 29, 2019
Ross
5 / 5
Great as always! Will see him every time he's in town! I was lucky enough to meet him after the show! Great musician and a great guy!
State Theatre Red Bluff, CA
Apr 13, 2022
Tammy
5 / 5
I had the best time. I have wanted to see him for a long time and absolutely loved it. He did nit disappoint
Jiffy Lube Live Bristow, VA
Oct 14, 2018
Mark
5 / 5
Great show as always. Haven’t seen Marty live in several years, but it was as good as it was the last time. Class act.
Princess Theatre Decatur, AL
Feb 26, 2023
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Marty Stuart Tour Cities
Decatur, AL Dublin, Ireland Alexandria, VA Manchester, United Kingdom Quincy, CA Philadelphia, MS Lancaster, PA Decatur, IL Birmingham, United Kingdom Shreveport, LA Jim Thorpe, PA Deadwood, SD Joliet, IL Albany, NY Renfro Valley, KY Nashville, TN Glasgow, United Kingdom Hopewell, VA Sioux Falls, SD North Tonawanda, NY New Braunfels, TX Wilmington, NC Rochester, MN Jackson, WY Greenwich, United Kingdom

Frequently Asked Questions About Marty Stuart

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Marty Stuart on tour?

Yes, Marty Stuart is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Marty Stuart concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Marty Stuart tour is scheduled for 26 dates across 25 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Marty Stuart scheduled to play?

Marty Stuart is scheduled to play 26 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Marty Stuart tour start?

Marty Stuart’s tour starts Mar 12, 2024 and ends on Oct 23, 2024. They will play 25 cities; their most recent concert was held in Sioux Falls at The District and their next upcoming concert will be in Dublin at 3Arena.

What venues is Marty Stuart performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Mar 12 - Sioux Falls, SD @ The District
Mar 14 - Jackson, WY @ Silver Dollar Bar & Grill
Mar 15 - Deadwood, SD @ Deadwood Mountain Grand
Mar 16 - Rochester, MN @ Mayo Civic Center
Mar 22 - New Braunfels, TX @ Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre
Mar 23 - Shreveport, LA @ Louisiana Grandstand
Mar 28 - Alexandria, VA @ Birchmere
Mar 29 - Hopewell, VA @ Beacon Theatre
Mar 30 - Albany, NY @ Sawyer Theatre at The Egg Performing Arts Center
Apr 06 - Philadelphia, MS @ Ellis Theater
Apr 11 - North Tonawanda, NY @ Riviera Theatre
Apr 14 - Lancaster, PA @ American Music Theatre
Apr 18 - Joliet, IL @ Rialto Square Theatre
Apr 19 - Decatur, IL @ Lincoln Square Theater
May 04 - Decatur, AL @ Princess Theatre
May 25 - Mt Vernon, KY @ Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
Jul 05 - Quincy, CA @ High Sierra Music Inc
Jul 18 - Jim Thorpe, PA @ Penn's Peak
Aug 09 - Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
Aug 10 - Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
Sep 01 - Wilmington, NC @ Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
Oct 16 - Manchester, United Kingdom @ AO Arena
Oct 17 - Glasgow, United Kingdom @ OVO Hydro
Oct 20 - Dublin, Ireland @ 3Arena
Oct 22 - Birmingham, West Midlands @ Utilita Arena Birmingham
Oct 23 - Greenwich, I8 @ Indigo At The O2
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