About Chris Stapleton
Chris Stapleton Tickets
The iconic Chris Stapleton is so much more than just another country musician. This singer-songwriter and music producer has written or co-written more than 170 songs. Six of those co-written songs – penned in collaboration with performers like George Strait, Luke Bryan, and Kenny Chesney – have gone on to top the country charts. As if that’s not enough, his trophy case is filled with five Grammys, seven Academy of Country Music Awards, and ten Country Music Association Awards. This down-home country boy isn't messing around.
The Son of a Kentucky Coal Miner
Blue-collar work is in Chris Stapleton’s blood. Born in Kentucky in 1978, he comes from a long line of rough and tough coal miners, but Chris took a different route. Originally deciding to attend Vanderbilt University for engineering, Stapleton would eventually leave school and start a Travis Tritt tribute band in 1999. It wasn’t long, though, before this son of a Kentucky coal miner would head off to greener pastures in Nashville in search of fame and fortune.
Chris wasted no time, arriving in Nashville in 2001 and signing a deal with Sea Gayle Music as a songwriter. A few years later, he formed a bluegrass group that peaked the bluegrass charts at number 2 by 2010. Stapleton would leave the band and switch to southern rock, ultimately pursuing a solo career in 2013.
The Magic Never Stops
While Stapleton was racking up his impressive list of song credits with major acts, he was also building his own impressive list of accomplishments as an artist. In 2015 his first solo album was released, earning him three CMAs that year, and things have been moving fast ever since. Whether it’s fantastically popular duets written with and performed by him and his wife Morgane, or collaborations with superstars like Justin Timberlake, Christ Stapleton’s career has gone stratospheric with no signs of slowing down.
You don’t want to miss this amazing talent when he comes to your neck of the woods. Chris Stapleton is the real deal, and catching him in concert will be the time of your life!
Frequently Asked Questions
How much are Chris Stapleton tickets?
It depends! Chris Stapleton ticket prices will differ depending on the source and the seats. The lowest price for Chris Stapleton concert tickets is $20 a ticket, and that’s for nosebleed seats. If you want floor seats – or if you’re shopping for tickets at a popular venue – prices for Chris Stapleton concert tickets start from a few hundred dollars.
How to buy Chris Stapleton tickets?
With demand at a peak, Chris Stapleton ticket prices will likely be pretty high if purchased directly from the box office. That means the best way to buy cheap Chris Stapleton concert tickets is through an online ticket marketplace. Ticket marketplaces like Gametime are perfect for these types of concerts because we put you in contact with resellers looking to move seats at a relative bargain. It’s the safest and most affordable way to get the best price for Chris Stapleton tickets.
Is Chris Stapleton coming to a city near me?
Chris Stapleton concert tickets are available across the US and Canada, including Toronto, Louisville, and many other cities.
Will Chris Stapleton tour in 2019?
Yep! The All-American Road Show 2019 Tour kicked off in Los Angeles on February 10, 2019 and wraps up in Louisville, Kentucky on November 2nd.
What’s the Chris Stapleton 2019 tour setlist?
You never know what’s going to happen at a Chris Stapleton concert, but here’s the All-American Road Show 2019 tour setlist:
- Broken Halos
- Tennessee Whiskey (David Allan Coe cover)
- Nobody to Blame
- Fire Away
- Outlaw State of Mind
- Might as Well Get Stoned
- Second One to Know
- Them Stems
- Midnight Train to Memphis (The SteelDrivers song)
- Whiskey and You
- The Devil Named Music
- Hard Livin'
- I Was Wrong
- Death Row
- Millionaire (Kevin Welch cover)
- Sometimes I Cry
- Was It 26 (The Charlie Daniels Band cover)
- Trying to Untangle My Mind
- Now That's Country (Marty Stuart cover)
- Either Way
- Honky Tonkin' Is What I Do Best (Marty Stuart cover)
- Tuesday's Gone (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)
- More of You
- I Ain't Livin' Long Like This (Rodney Crowell cover)
- When the Stars Come Out
- Without Your Love
- Scarecrow in the Garden
- Up to No Good Livin'
- Last Thing I Needed the First Thing This Morning (Willie Nelson cover)
- Simple Man (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)
- Where Rainbows Never Die (The SteelDrivers song)
- You Are My Sunshine (Jimmie Davis cover)
- Do Right Woman, Do Right Man (Aretha Franklin cover)
- Learning to Fly (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers cover)
- Daddy Doesn't Pray Anymore
- Drunkard's Prayer
- Free Bird (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)
- If It Hadn't Been for Love (The SteelDrivers song)
- Amanda (Bob McDill cover)
- Midnight Rider (The Allman Brothers Band cover)
- Tulsa Time (Don Williams cover)
- Up on Cripple Creek (The Band cover)
- Whiskey and You (Tim McGraw cover)
How long is a Chris Stapleton concert?
With such an epic setlist, you can expect Chris Stapleton’s performance to last for around three hours from start to finish. Expect up to 20 songs during the show, plus at least one encore.
How much are Chris Stapleton floor seats?
The best way to see Chris Stapleton live is up close and personal from the floor, but these seats are generally quite expensive. Currently, the cheapest price for floor Chris Stapleton tickets is around $80. If you’re on a budget like most of us, you can always wait until the last minute in hopes that Chris Stapleton ticket prices will go down. Resellers will often drop prices on any remaining tickets as the event date approaches in order to move their inventory, so waiting it out can pay off big time. Of course, if you find great seats in your price range now, jump on it – you never know what can happen as demand changes over time!
All-American Road Show 2019 Tour Dates
August 9 — Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center
August 10 — Burgettstown, PA @ KeyBank Pavilion
August 11— Columbia, MD @ Merriweather Post Pavilion
August 15 — Erie, PA @ Erie Insurance Arena
August 16 — Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
August 17 — Toronto, ON @ Budweiser Stage
August 22 — Wichita, KS @ INTRUST Bank Arena
August 23 — Little Rock, AR @ Verizon Arena
August 24 — Bossier City, LA @ CenturyLink Center
August 29 — Huntsville, AL @ Von Braun Center
August 31 — Orange Beach, AL @ The Wharf Amphitheater
October 3 — Springfield, MO @ JQH Arena
October 4 — Oklahoma City, OK @ Chesapeake Energy Arena
October 5 — Memphis, TN @ FedEx Forum
October 10 — Jacksonville, FL @ Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
October 11 — Tampa, FL @ MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
October 12 — West Palm Beach, FL @ Coral Sky Amphitheatre
October 17 — Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Coliseum
October 18 — Virginia Beach, VA @ Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
October 19 — Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum
October 25 — Peoria, IL @ Peoria Civic Center
October 26 — Kansas City, MO @ Sprint Center
November 1 — Greenville, SC @ Bon Secours Wellness Arena
November 2 — Louisville, KY@ KFC Yum! Center