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Tyler Farr

Tyler Farr Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 618,648
Category Country
Concerts
Jun
07
Merced County Fair
Merced
Tickets
Jun
15
Pink Tomato Festival 2024
Warren
Tickets
Jun
21
Dallas Bull
Tampa
Tickets
Jun
22
Rock The Country 2024
Mobile
Tickets
Jun
29
Brad Paisley: Son of the Mountains World Tour
Uncasville
Tickets
Jul
03
Country Freedom Fest 2024
Quarryville
Tickets
Jul
05
Penn's Peak
Jim Thorpe
Tickets
Jul
11
Knox County Fair 2024
Galesburg
Tickets
Jul
13
Virginia Motorsports Park
Petersburg
Tickets
Jul
18
Secrest Summer Concert Series
Zanesville
Tickets
Jul
19
Lori's Roadhouse
West Chester
Tickets
Jul
20
bradner stadium
Olean
Tickets
Jul
26
Rock County Fair
Janesville
Tickets
Jul
27
Boxcar Bar
Waseca
Tickets
Aug
10
Tyler Farr at Erie Humane Society's Rock & Rescue Concert
Erie
Tickets
Aug
12
Rockingham County Fair 2024
Harrisonburg
Tickets
Aug
30
Kickoff Jam
Panama City Beach
Tickets
Sep
06
Shotskis
Eagle River
Tickets
About Tyler Farr
“Maybe I’m addicted to pain...What used to be, what’s gone. There’s definitely some darkness, but it’s hard to explain, though everybody knows it. “Probably I’m a hopeless romantic, but sex can make that complicated, too. “You know you want to be in love, but that’s a tricky thing to find.” Tyler Farr’s a thinker, an observer of the human condition, a man in the middle of a surging testosterone country movement in today’s Nashville who insists on digging a little deeper, getting a little realer and owning how hard it can be. On Suffer In Peace, the son of a Garden City, Missouri farmer opens his veins and examines the pain that comes from being truly engaged with living. From the wracked hangover of what you don’t see coming in love “Withdrawals,” the smoky acoustic “I Don’t Even Want This Beer” or the spare run-from-the-memories title track, the classically-trained vocalist knows that love isn’t just hard, it’s risky. With a resonant tenor that has a powdery bottom and a warm center, Farr heats up difficult emotions and peels back what most men barricade behind bravado. One listen to “A Guy Walks Into A Bar,” Suffer’s lead single, is to hear the tension, the exhaustion and the devastation that comes with a stiff upper lip. It falters just a bit, buckles and throws unspeakable pain wide open without going for melodrama as he transforms the joke into a punchline that is the hero’s life. “I could sing you heartbreak ballads for over an hour and a half,” laughs the easy-talking Farr. “I have a lot of heartbreak ballads, because I think there’s a lot more heartbreak than happily ever after... But happily ever after is still what keeps you going after it.” Not that he’s looking to throw an industrial strength pity party. From Craig Wiseman’s thumpin’ “C.O.U.N.T.R.Y.,” the hillbilly word-tumble a la Bob Dylan’s “Subterranean Homesick Blues,” straight through to “Damn Good Friends,” which features tour mate and pal Jason Aldean trading verses celebrating good ole boy’s hanging tough, Suffer is also the gusto of cold beer after a hard day’s work, the notion of raising Hell and chasing the night and the grass roots eroticism that happens when you lose the posturing. Farr evokes old school rednecks, hellions and honky-tonkers like the Hank Jr of Major Moves and 5-0, the John Anderson of “Swingin’” and “Let Somebody Else Drive,” Gary Stewart in his prime and Keith Whitley channeling Lefty Frizzell in “I Never Go Around Mirrors.” Confessing, “I chew tobacco, I don’t smoke. I drink whiskey ‘cause I like it,” he suggests his vices qualify him straight up and honest. But his affinity for hard country and honky-tonk comes from an even more bedrock place: his parents. Following behind his father’s tractor raking the hay on the 150 acres he raised cattle on, Farr was basted in Ronnie Milsap, Conway Twitty’s “She’s Got A Single Thing In Mind,” Vince Gill’s I Still Believe In You and Sammy Kershaw’s Politics, Religion & Her – and his Mom, an aspiring singer who loved Dan Seals’ “Bop,” ended up married to George Jones touring guitarist, which pulled Farr right up to the bumper of one of country’s greatest raw lightning vocalists, as well as being exposed to Merle Haggard, Vern Gosdin, and Gene Watson. He also found his own way to the party. “Carol, our bus driver, smoked Marlboro Reds while she was driving ‘cause that’s how we do... and I’d go to the back of the bus where there was this older girl who was just built, and who had a boom box she’d play Tim McGraw’s Not A Moment Too Soon on, and that was pretty good for a young high school kid.” Farr’s way was paved with the prestigious OAKE National Choir and years of formal voice training. But the high road didn’t appeal. At 21, like so many hard-scrabble dreamers, he made his way to Nashville to try his hand at being a star. “I saw guys who’d been there for ten years and nothing had happened,” Farr said of the sobering reality. “I got there, thinking I’ve got an album... I’m gonna be a star. It cost me $25,000. It was a total mess. “You start to realize: it doesn’t matter how good, or what you’ve got. There’s just so much more to it.” Farr didn’t know, beyond what he’d picked up from his stepfather. But he was determined. “I got a job at Tootsies, first day passing out flyers. I was a bar back. I’d pull sets playing for tips when they’d let me... and I swear that was the best hamburger in the South!” In true country boy can survive spirit, while Farr was waiting on his shot, he did what was necessary. Physical labor, parking cars, short order cooking, landscaping, singing demos, construction work, recreational therapist, working in a halfway house for children, “which was rough; we’d find suicide notes in tissue boxes, razor blades hidden under chair cushions.” And he kept pulling sets at Tootsies, playing for tips. “Four, five sets a night. People loved it. That’s where I really honed in on what I wanted to do – playing covers, classic country, ZZ Top and Lynyrd Skynyrd and trying to write songs. “We figured out how to get out of town, too. Whiskey River in Valdosta, Georgia, Rumors in Atlanta, all over Florida and the Southeast. I’d play Tootsies three, four nights a week, then take off on weekends.” Punching it out on the streets and in the honky-tonks. It’s where the survivors and the-won’t-go-homers refuse to die. Every now and then a kid with talent rises from the herd. Fate stepped in. Country-rapper Colt Ford was looking for a background singer. Farr was looking to make it happen for himself. “Colt called me personally; he said, ‘I know you’re trying to make it. Take the job. I’ll let you open for me.’” Just as importantly, the gig opened doors and Farr’s eyes. “I learned a whole lot that year out on the road, singing ‘Dirt Road Anthem’ before Jason (Aldean) ever cut it. Dreaming every damn night, learning the ropes.” As time passed, Farr met Stephanie Cox, his publisher, “and someone who believed in me enough that I didn’t give up when other people might have.” Jim Catino, now his producer, took the roughneck with the golden pipes to RCA Nashville. “They didn’t know what it was, but they thought I had something. Beyond being real, I think it made me a mystery.” They signed the hard singing songwriter with the nuance in his midrange. If he wasn’t like all the other kids, he was an awful lot like the fans, the working people who turn out for country shows. With little fan fare, Redneck Crazy was a #2 Billboard Country Album debut and an even more impressive Top 5 Billboard Top 200 Album debut, en route to yielding a pair of #1 hits in the title track and “Whiskey In My Water.” But Farr was just getting started. He toured incessantly: Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, Lee Brice, Jason Aldean, festivals, dive bars. A working class country singer, he was trying to get people to hear his songs. Ultimately his debut sold well over six figures, but more importantly, the time staring the fans in the face solidified his take on what he wanted his kind of country to be. “I don’t think real life is flowers and sunshine – and I didn’t have a white picket fence in front of a little house,” he explains. “My parents split up. My Mom was married four times, so I’m used to people leaving. “I’ve been through a lot... but so have most people. And I want to be honest. I’d be lying if I made a record that’s all girls and love and perfect ‘cause that’s not real. I’d be lying to myself and to the people who look for their life in these songs... “I wrote more songs on my first album, but in the end, while I had plenty of songs written, people made much better songs available to us. Songs that said what I wanted to say... that maybe said it better. And some of my songs I know are hits, but I want an album when you put the songs together, it fits. To me, Suffer does.” Certainly there are emergent themes. Pride in who we are charges “Why We Live Here,” “Damn Good Friends,” “C.O.U.N.T.R.Y.” and “Raised To Pray,” while the notion of addiction being the reality when facing love gone bad or just plain gone offers a metaphor to harbor “Withdrawals,” “I Don’t Even Want This Beer,” “Suffer In Peace” and “A Guy Walks Into a Bar.” It is the good; it is the bad. Mostly, it is the real. “I think most of us are fighting the good and the evil sides of who we are. I’m a good person, but I genuinely like people. You get out having fun, one thing leads to another, you flirt with that line and it can get real thin. “That’s the truth about life. There’s always that other side, and it’s not black and white. It’s not that easy. I’m a simple person, but inside, I might be complicated.” Farr voices trails off. Like he said, it’s not that easy, but the things that endure never are. Not slick, not fast, not obvious, he harkens back to a time when country singers raised hell and went to church, worked hard and played harder. They fell in love, but faced profound grief when it fell apart – and maintained their dignity no matter what. “If Suffer In Peace does anything, I hope for people who don’t have perfect lives, they can go, ‘Hell, yes!’ Because life is messy and hard to trust sometimes, but it’s deep and it’s intense – and if you do it right, you get to experience it all.”
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Country
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What fans are saying
Chelbie
4 / 5
Tyler gave a amazing performance loved the show besides the drunk people behind us I’m glad Tyler said something and they left
Ozaukee County Fairgrounds Cedarburg, WI
Aug 03, 2019
cassandra
5 / 5
It was a great show even though it was cold raining and snowing... I feel bad they all looked soooo cold.
Switchback Music Festival Winter Park, CO
Jun 24, 2019
Tammy
5 / 5
Wonderful Concert !!! Wish Weather could have been better but still a Great Performance!!!! Can't wait to see ya again.
Mardi Gras Southeast Texas Beaumont, TX
Feb 26, 2022
Nancy
5 / 5
Love Tyler Farr he is the best y he is not in any of the country awards is just wrong
Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
Feb 10, 2019
Caylin
5 / 5
Got set list, guitar picks, his autograph, met him, and got 2 pictures with him. It was a great night!
Renfro Valley Entertainment Center Mt Vernon, KY
Jun 30, 2019
Miguel
5 / 5
Tyler Farr and his band were pretty awesome. The quality of the sound in Billy Bob’s was pretty spot on.
Billy Bob's Fort Worth, TX
Feb 26, 2023
user56615477
3 / 5
The sound system at The Mullet Festival did not do Tyler justice. His performance was great.
Mullet Festival Fairgrounds Niceville, FL
Nov 02, 2022
Tom Gordon
4 / 5
First time hearing Tyler Farr and he was good. The Brady Luke Band was awesome as well.
Q&Z Expo Center Ringle, WI
Dec 14, 2019
Sarah
5 / 5
Nothing short of amazing! I’ve seen him in concert numerous times and it only gets better each time!
Stir Concert Cove - Harrah's Casino Council Bluffs, IA
Dec 31, 2018
Kelly
5 / 5
I’m loving all the new music from Rednecks like me EP! His talent never gets old.
Sylvan Cellars Event Center & Tasting Room Rome City, IN
Jul 23, 2023
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Tyler Farr Tour Cities
Mobile, AL Olde West Chester, OH Panama City Beach, FL Tampa, FL Harrisonburg, VA Janesville, WI Olean, NY Petersburg, VA Warren, AR Quarryville, PA Eagle River, WI Zanesville, OH Waseca, MN Jim Thorpe, PA Erie, PA Uncasville, CT Galesburg, IL Merced, CA

Frequently Asked Questions About Tyler Farr

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Tyler Farr on tour?

Yes, Tyler Farr is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Tyler Farr concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Tyler Farr tour is scheduled for 18 dates across 18 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Tyler Farr scheduled to play?

Tyler Farr is scheduled to play 18 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Tyler Farr tour start?

Tyler Farr’s tour starts Jun 07, 2024 and ends on Sep 06, 2024. They will play 18 cities; their most recent concert was held in Merced at Merced County Fair and their next upcoming concert will be in West Chester at Lori's Roadhouse.

What venues is Tyler Farr performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 07 - Merced, CA @ Merced County Fair
Jun 15 - Warren, AR @ Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival
Jun 21 - Tampa, FL @ Dallas Bull
Jun 22 - Mobile, AL @ The Grounds
Jun 29 - Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
Jul 03 - Quarryville, PA @ Buck Motorsports Park & Entertainment Complex
Jul 05 - Jim Thorpe, PA @ Penn's Peak
Jul 11 - Galesburg, IL @ Knox County Fairgrounds
Jul 13 - Petersburg, VA @ Virginia Motorsports Park
Jul 18 - Zanesville, OH @ Secrest Auditorium
Jul 19 - West Chester, OH @ Lori's Roadhouse
Jul 20 - Olean, NY @ bradner stadium
Jul 26 - Janesville, WI @ Rock County 4-H Fair Inc July 23-28, 2019
Jul 27 - Waseca, MN @ Boxcar Bar
Aug 10 - Erie, PA @ Erie Humane Society
Aug 12 - Harrisonburg, VA @ Rockingham County Fair
Aug 30 - Panama City Beach, FL @ Frank Brown Park
Sep 06 - Eagle River, WI @ Shotskis
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