A little west coast country.
On Monday Koe Wetzel announced four new tour dates for this spring featuring support from up and coming artist Tanner Usrey. Wetzel announced the dates with an Instagram post that featured some interesting futuristic artwork:
All four dates are in California across just a couple days in mid April. Koe and Tanner will hit Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Paso Robles, and San Diego between April 17th and 20th. Of note is that the San Diego show will be held on 4/20, which is something of an unofficial holiday for many Koe fans, if you catch my drift.
Wetzel hasn’t released any further information regarding tour dates for later in the year quite yet, but if his 2023 “Road to Hell Paso” tour is anything to go off of, he figures to add some more headlining solo shows for the summer.
Usrey has been one of the hottest names bubbling in the underground country scene for a while. He signed with Atlantic Records last April, and in November released his debut album Crossing Lines which featured a new cut of “Beautiful Lies,” one of his most popular songs, featuring Ella Langley.
Take a look at Koe’s entire tour schedule here.