Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and musician Billy Strings will perform a series of shows this June as part of his newly confirmed “Summer Solstice Tour” with stops at Schaumburg, IL’s Wintrust Field (June 11-12), Oshkosh, WI’s Ford Park Live (June 18-19) and Thornville, OH’s Legend Valley (June 25-26). Tickets for the tour go on-sale this Friday, May 7—full details can be found at billystrings.com/tour.
After finishing up a phenomenal spring tour last weekend with a 3 night run in Mobile, Alabama, and still flying high from a Grammy award for Best Bluegrass Album, Billy Strings announced 2 more socially distanced pod-style shows to take place in just over a month on May 21-22 at Waterfront Park in Louisville, Kentucky.
Last night, Jamgrass Billy Strings concluded his 2021 Spring Tour last night with the third and final show of a three-night run at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama. Enhancing the experience of the tour’s final leg for all was an announcement.
In celebration of a landmark year of performances, Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and musician Billy Strings will livestream the final three dates of his spring tour this weekend—April 9-11 at Mobile, AL’s Ladd-Peebles Stadium. Tickets for the livestreams, which will broadcast via nugs.net, are on-sale now with a selection of purchase options, including a special bundle with access to all three shows.
As the week winds to a close, we are reflecting back with some thoughts about the undoubtedly historic run of musical performances that just occurred this past week at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY: Billy Strings’ “The Deja Vu Experiments,” which saw the bluegrass guitarist and his quartet play six consecutive shows at the rock palace, live-streamed to what was reported as over 30,000 viewers tuning in.
Billy Strings virtual concerts confirmed March 24-26, broadcasting live from iconic venues in New Orleans and Austin
I last reviewed a streamed Billy Strings show in July. A lot has changed since then. Online concerts have grown more sophisticated, with platforms like Twitch taking the tech out of the artist’s hands. Billy’s hair? That too has changed from the oft braided locks of an up and comer to the mullet of someone who has arrived.