Sturgill Simpson Announces ‘A Good Look’n Tour’ with Tyler Childers, Venues Confirmed!

Sturgill Simpson and his team have been teasing a big follow-up set of tour dates to their intro shows that happened earlier this year when SOUND & FURY was released. Today we’re seeing a full set of shows finally hitting the wires after those fliers teased the dates and these look official. Get ready, folks.

Now we know what these were all about…

Simpson will take his band on the road with special guest Tyler Childers and they’re dubbing this 2020 run A Good Look’n Tour. The shows will be kicking things off in Birmingham, Alabama on February 21st and run all the way East to West before rounding things back up in Louisville, Kentucky on May 24th. All of this before the summer festival season truly even begins, too, so I’m sure we’ll see his name on tons of spots going into summer.

Sturgill Simpson - A Good Look (Official Audio)

And they’re pretty much hitting every city you could ask for or imagine you’d want to see a Winter or Springtime show. Washington, D.C. will get a two-night run which is the only multi-night stand announced thus far.

Here are the dates:

Sturgill Simpson & Tyler Childers 2020 Tour Dates

2/21 – Birmingham, AL
2/22 – Asheville, NC
2/25 – Knoxville, TN
2/28 – Lexington, KY
2/29 – Detroit, MI
3/4 – Pittsburgh, PA
3/6 – Charlotte, NC
3/7 – Duluth, GA
3/10 – North Charleston, SC
3/13 – Hampton, VA
3/14 – Philadelphia, PA
3/15-16 – Washington, DC
3/18 – Toronto, ON, CAN
3/20 – Columbus, OH
3/21 – St. Louis, MO
3/22 – Southaven, MS
3/27 – Dallas, TX
3/28 – Austin, TX
3/29 – Sugarland, TX
4/1 – Independence, MO
4/3 – Chicago, IL
4/4 – Minneapolis, MN
4/9 – Omaha, NE
4/10 – Madison, WI
4/23 – Tulsa, OK
4/25 – Denver, CO
4/28 – Salt Lake City, UT
4/29 – Missoula, MT
5/1 – Portland, OR
5/2 – George, WA
5/5 – San Francisco, CA
5/8 – Inglewood, CA
5/15 – Boston, MA
5/16 – New York City, NY
5/22 – Nashville, TN
5/24 – Lousville, KY

Tickets will go on sale Friday, November 8th at 10am. Don’t miss these shows while you can still see him in the theaters and sheds because his career is likely to be a bit different once everyone hops on the bandwagon.