Oliver Anthony Will Leave the Field for His 'Out of the Woods' 2024 Tour

is coming out of the woods. The who got his start in a field railing against big government and snack cakes bought with tax dollars has announced his first official tour, dubbed the Out of the Woods Tour (no, it’s not a Taylor Swift ). The “Rich Men North of Richmond” singer will begin in the U.K. in February before touching down in the U.S. for two nights at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.

Other stops include the Florida Strawberry Festival in Plant City, Florida; the Hertz Arena in Estero, Florida; the Brandon Amphitheater in Brandon, Mississippi; and Billy Bob’s in Fort Worth, Texas. The trek hits a bunch of fairs and festivals, too, before currently wrapping up in Allegan, Michigan, at the Allegan County Fair.

Anthony announced the tour with a humorous video on Instagram, in which he shows up late for work, is asked to sign a box of Fudge Rounds, and then awakens from a dream in his camper.

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“Rich Men North of Richmond” was an unexpected hit this summer, topping the Billboard Hot 100 and resonating with listeners across the country, including those on the right, who saw in Anthony a galvanizing figure. But Anthony pushed back. “The one thing that has bothered me is seeing people wrap politics up in this,” he said in an in August. “It’s aggravating seeing people on conservative news try to identify with me like I’m one of them. It’s aggravating seeing certain musicians and politicians act like we’re buddies and act like we’re fighting the same struggle here, like we’re trying to present the same message.”


After the tour announcement, Anthony online that he was being “flooded with messages about where to find 2024 tickets” and directed fans to his website. “If you want a heads up as they become available, you can get a 24-hour window to buy tickets before they are released to the public via email or text.”

Oliver Anthony’s Out of the Woods 2024 Tour Dates:
Feb. 1 — Stockholm, Sweden @ Cirkus Arena
Feb. 2 — Oslo, Norway @ Sentrum Scene
Feb. 5 — Utrecht, Netherlands @ Tivoli Vredenburg
Feb. 7 — Glasgow, Scotland @ Barrowland Ballroom
Feb. 8 — Manchester, UK @ Albert Hall
Feb. 10 — London, UK @ 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Feb. 12 — Belfast, UK @ Ulster Hall
Feb. 13 — Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street
Feb. 21 — Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
Feb. 22 — Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
Feb. 24 — Plant City, FL @ Florida Strawberry Festival
March 2 — Jupiter, FL @ Abacoa Amphitheater
March 3 — Estero, FL @ Hertz Arena
March 8 — Alexandria, LA @ Rapides Parish Coliseum
March 9 — Brandon, MS @ Brandon Amphitheater
March 15 — Willowbank, Australia @ CMC Rocks QLD 2024
April 4 — Fort Worth, TX @ Billy Bob’s Texas
April 5 — Round Rock, TX @ Round Rock Amp
April 6 — Lubbock, TX @ Cook’s Garage
April 12 — Tupelo, MS @ Cadence Bank Arena
April 13 — Jonesboro, AR @ First National Bank Arena
April 19 — Albany, GA @ Albany Civic Center
April 20 — Savannah, GA @ Bulls, Bands & Barrels
April 26 — Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex
April 27 — Duluth, GA @ Gas South Arena
May 3 — Huntington, WV @ Moutain Health Arena
May 4 — Beaver Dam, KY @ Beaver Dam Amphitheater
May 10 — Corbin, KY @ The Corbin Arena
May 11 — Pikeville, KY @ Appalachian Wireless Arena
May 17 — Doswell, VA @ Atlantic Union Bank at the SERVPRO Pavilion
June 14 —  Marion, IL @ MTN Dew Park
June 15 — Camdenton, MO @ Ozarks Amphitheater
June 16 — Council Bluffs, IA @ Westfair Amphitheater
June 22 — Canandaigua, NY @ CMAC
June 28 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE Outdoors
June 29 — Columbus, OH @ Buckeye Motorcycle and Music Rally
July 18 — Cullman, AL @ Rock the South Music Festival
Aug. 16 — Lewisburg, WV @ State Fair of West Virginia
Aug. 23 — Indianapolis, IN @ Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park
Aug. 24 — Saginaw, MI @ Dow Event Center
Sept. 1 — Palmer, AK @ Alaska State Fair
Sept. 13 — Allegan, MI @ Allegan County Fair