Arizona Financial Theatre | Phoenix, Arizona
A grand country music concert will come your way this May 11 as the rising country star Riley Green brings his Ain't My Last Rodeo Tour to the Grand Canyon State. Arizona will be extra hotter this spring as Green entertains his fans in a one-night concert event filled with chart-topping hits, including "There Was This Girl," "I Wish Grandpas Never Died," "Hell Of A Way To Go," and many others. The show may be months from now, but you should reserve your tickets as early as today because tickets will likely sell out soon. After all, who wouldn't want to see Green perform live, right? Known for his soulful voice, guitar-slinging skills, and electrifying stage presence, Green will offer nothing but an exhilarating concert experience you'll cherish forever. And with Ella Langley opening the show and the "Paint Me a Birmingham" hitmaker Tracy Lawrence joining Riley on stage as a guest, this show is nothing but perfection. So what are you waiting for? Hit the "Get Tickets" link to reserve your tickets today.
Known for his undeniable talent, authentic approach to music, and ability to connect with fans through his relatable songs, Riley Green has become one of country music's recent trailblazers. If you follow the country music scene, you know that his name is one of those people to watch out for. The likes of Zach Bryan, Luke Combs, and Morgan Wallen may be dominating the country airwaves these days, but rising artists like Green are steadily reaching a status only a few can dream of.
Born and raised in Jacksonville, Alabama, the 35-year-old country singer-songwriter started his career in the post-bro country era of the early 2010s. Long before he released his debut album, "County Line," in 2018, Green has been showcasing his flair in show business since 2013. He released his self-titled EP in 2013 and participated in a reality TV show in 2016. Although all of these ventures gave him exposure, it was his breakout single, "There Was This Girl," that solidified his place in the saturated world of country music. By reaching the top of the Billboard Country Airplay chart, Riley Green was introduced to a broader audience.
Over the years, Green has released several EPs and collaborated with other artists. The latest of which is a song collaboration with Justin Moore on his 2023 album, Stray Dog. He has also been active in being guests on tours of major artists like Luke Bryan, Koe Wetzel, Randy Houser, Cody Johnson, Jamey Johnson, Lainey Wilson, and Parker McCollum.
This year, Riley Green will be embarking on his first major headlining tour. Dubbed "Ain't My Last Rodeo Tour," the tour will kick off this February 2024 and will end in the first week of June. He will be stopping at some of the major cities in the country, including Phoenix, Arizona, on May 11. Along with Tracy Lawrence and Ella Langley, Green will perform at the Arizona Federal Theatre.
Tracy Lawrence is considered a country music icon. Without the music he released in the early '90s, honky tonk would not have been the same. His unique fusion of modern and classic country helped launch his career and keep him at the top for decades. Platinum albums such as "Alibis" (1993) and "Time Marches On" (1996 ) are his work. Forty of his songs have reached the charts, and eight of them have reached the very top: "Sticks and Stones," "Alibis," "Can't Break It to My Heart," "My Second Home," "If the Good Die Young," "Texas Tornado," "Time Marches On," and "Find Out Who Your Friends Are." These singles and albums helped him win awards, like 2007's "Vocal Event of the Year" from the Country Music Association.
Unlike the other two performers in this show, country newcomer Ella Langley has shown she has what it takes to become one of the genre's biggest stars in the near future. Her music is reminiscent of classic country and pop, as well as old-school Southern rock. Langley, like many up-and-coming artists, leveraged social media to propel her career. She has risen to the top of the social media game because of the success of her singles "If You Have To" (2021), "Damn You" (2022), and "Country Boy's Dream Girl" (2022).
Catch these amazing artists on May 11 at the Arizona Federal Theatre. Get your tickets now by hitting the "Get Tickets" link.