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Tyler Childers has expanded his Mule Pull tour with added dates that will keep the musician and his band on the road till next summer. The swelled schedule arrives in support of the group’s latest studio release, Rustin’ in the Rain, which dropped on Sept. 8 via Hickman Holler Records. More than a dozen North American stops have been added to his robust lineup of appearances.

After the “Lady May” singer returns from across the pond, he will resume the secondary part of his U.S. dates beginning on March 16 in Oklahoma. With much of April and part of May peppered with concerts, another batch of shows will pick up on June 2 in Virginia Beach, Va. Next, Childers will follow the coast down to Tampa, Fla., and two nights in Alpharetta, Ga. 

On June 11, the ensemble will take the stage at Pine Knob Music Theatre and carry on with more Midwest gigs. By June 30, Childers and company will return to the East Coast, picking up dates in Pennsylvania, New York, and Maine before a sprinkling of coast-to-coast Canadian gigs, inevitably leading them to the Pacific Coast. 

Back on U.S. soil, Childers will resume with a pair of Bend, Ore. appearances prior to dropping down to the legendary Shoreline Amphitheatre on August 14. From there, he’ll pick up a Folsom Field date on August 17, followed by nights in Utah and Idaho, leading to their highly anticipated Gorge Amphitheatre debut on August 23. 

Childers’ final newly added concert arrives on August 24 and will take the band to Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula, Mont. On the road, the band will welcome special guests Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Shakey Graves, Allison Russell, S.G. Goodman, Valerie June and others–at select stops. 

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