Multi-platinum hit maker Riley Green has announced a special one-night-only show for October 12, on the eve of the release of his forthcoming album Ain’t My Last Rodeo.
Big Machine Label Group announced that Green’s family, friends and maybe even a few surprise guests are expected at the concert, to be held at Walk of Fame Park in Nashville.
The show will benefit the artist’s new Buford Bonds Charitable Fund. Opening the show will be Ain’t My Last Rodeo Tour support act Ella Langley.
It will mark the first time the Alabama native has headlined Nashville since his sold-out Ascend Amphitheater show in July 2022.
Visit RileyGreenMusic.com to purchase tickets to the event.
Green’s hotly anticipated 12-track album Ain’t My Last Rodeo will be released on October 13. It features previously released songs including a cover of Tim McGraw‘s “Damn Country Music” and the singer’s current Top 25-and-climbing single with his former tourmate Luke Combs, “Different ‘Round Here.”
“We’ve been playing some of these new songs out on the road this summer and I’m excited to finally share them all with the fans,” said Green. “My grandaddies were huge inspirations on me, my songwriting, and what is most important to me. It means a lot to honor them by raising money for and supporting some great charities that they would have been proud to support.”
Meanwhile, Green’s 33-city tour with Tracy Lawrence and Ella Langley is set to kick off in February 2024.
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