Dierks Bentley’s Ridge Tour

Dierks Bentley will give fans a preview of music from his bluegrass/acoustic album Up On The Ridge when he embarks on a 24-date tour in April. The dates will include major festivals like Merlefest and Telluride. The Travelin' McCourys and Hayes Carll will serve as opening acts for the tour.

“The only way I know to explain what this new album is to all the fans is to just get out on the road and play it for them,” Dierks says.  “I’ve been rehearsing and working on set lists already… every show is going to be different and really special. There aren’t any better acoustic musicians in the world than the Travelin’ McCourys, period.  And I’ve been a big fan of Hayes for a long time.  It’ll be a total blast…I’m already plotting and planning on how to fit more dates into the schedule!”

Will Dierks head near your hometown? See the list of tour dates below.

Date Location Venue
April 21 Portland, OR Wonder Ballroom
  22 Boulder, CO Boulder Theater
  23 Colorado Springs, CO Arnold Hall Ballroom
  24 Austin, TX The Parish
  28 Athens, GA 40 Watt Club
  29 Greenville, SC Blind Horse Saloon
  30 Wilkesboro, NC Merlefest
May 2 Knoxville, TN Bijou Theatre
  3 Charlottesville, VA Jefferson Theatre
  4 Athens, OH Templeton-Blackburn Alumni Mem Auditorium
  5 New York, NY Highline Ballroom
  6 Foxborough, MA Showcase Live!
  7 Portsmouth, NH The Music Hall
  8 South Burlington, VT Higher Ground Ballroom
  9 Northampton, MA Calvin Theatre & Performing Arts Center
  11 Portland, ME Port City Music Hall
  12 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of the Living Arts
  13 Pittsburgh, PA Mr. Smalls Theatre
  17 State College, PA State Theatre
  18 Richmond, VA The National
  19 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live
  20 Washington, DC 6th & I Historic Synagogue (on sale March 26)
  21 Charlotte, NC Coyote Joe’s
  22 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium (on sale April 2)


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