Houser goes on the road
Monday, June 3, 2019
Randy Houser will hit the road with the Magnolia Tour this fall.
Kicking off in October, the tour will go through the end of the year
"My true passion is being out on the road, playing music," said Houser. "That's kind of what 'No Stone Unturned' is all about> I've always fancied myself a little bit of a traveling man. So, I'm looking forward to getting back out there and doing what I love."
Joining him for almost all dates is Paul Cauthen.
Tickets for the "Magnolia Tour" will go on sale June 7 at 9 a.m. eastern. Presale for Houser's fan club, The House Band, will be available June 5 and 6. Fans can sign up for The House Band and purchase tickets at www.RandyHouser.com. Additional dates will be announced at a later date.
Tour dates are:
Oct. 24-Dallas, TX-Bomb Factory
Oct. 26-Austin, TX-Nutty Brown Café & Amphitheatre***
Nov. 2-Chattanooga, TN-Tivoli Theatre***
Nov. 8-Indianapolis, IN-8 Seconds Saloon***
Nov. 13-Athens, GA-Georgia Theatre***
Nov. 14-Knoxville, TN-Tennessee Theatre***
Nov. 15-Richmond, VA-The National***
Nov. 16-Charlottesville, VA-Jefferson Theater***
Nov. 21-Lake Buena Vista, FL-House of Blues***
Nov. 22 - Fort Myers, FL-The Ranch Concert Hall & Saloon***
Dec. 11 -N ew York City, NY-Webster Hall***
Dec. 12-Boston-Paradise Rock Club***
*** Dates with Paul Cauthen.
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