In June, Tyler Childers aired a remastered version of his set from September 30, 2019 in the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado and announced at the end that he would be back in the amphitheater on Wednesday, September 29 and Thursday, September 30, 2021 would play. with Margo Price, Ona and John R. Miller, who open on the two dates.
Tickets for the two shows sold out almost immediately. But if you still want to get involved, you can do so by depositing into a livestream of either or both events via fans.live. Tickets cost $ 19.99 in advance and $ 24.99 after the concert has started. Or you can purchase tickets for both nights for $ 34.99. Think of it as pay-per-view for country music. Not cheap, but maybe you can justify the cost by inviting a few friends or gathering family together.
The live streams start at 9:00 p.m. Mountain time or 11 p.m. Easter, but you can also watch On Demand after that until Sunday, October 3 at midnight. If the quality is similar to the livestream nugs.net made during the original Tyler Childers Red Rocks concert or re-broadcast, you can expect multiple camera angles and high quality sound, along with the majestic backdrop of Red Rocks.
Watching the stream start at 9:00 p.m. Local time, the openers are unlikely to be included. It certainly won't replace being in the crowd yourself, but it sure is cheaper than flying to Denver. For more information and tickets to purchase, see https://fans.live/products/tyler-childers-09-29-21.
Tyler Childers and his band The Foodstamps should be salty at this point. Though the plan was to play only a select few festival events in 2021, Tyler Childers appeared for Sturgill Simpson on several dates at the Traveling Outlaw Festival, recently titled by Willie Nelson after Simpson had a language problem. Tyler Childers also recently played on Farm Aid on Saturday September 25th.