Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Wilderado have announced their first headline tour of 2023 with a Fall US headline run that includes stops in Nashville, Chicago, and Oklahoma City. News of the tour comes as the band is set to release their first-ever live album Wilderado Live this Friday, April 28th. The album was recorded during their past year and half on the road in support of their self-titled debut LP, released in October 2021 via Bright Antenna Records.
Max Rainer of Wilderado shares:
Our hearts and souls went in these performances. Years of anguished rehearsal and blistering repetition culminating into a roaring release of rhythm and blues. Banging of drums! Voices feathering on the wings of eagles! The scream of the fan! Torn from limb to limb by a tsunami of frequency and bliss! Only to be mended in harmony. A togetherness that comes not from witnessing but sharing. Consumption and creation in unity. Peace begins with me. Now you can have it to.
Wilderado revealed news of the live LP with the March release of “Surefire (Live from Tulsa)”. The live album was mixed by Ryan Hewitt (Lumineers, Kacey Musgraves, Brandi Carlile) who also mixed Wilderado.
The band will be playing some select festivals this year including Shaky Knees in Atlanta, GA May 6th, Life is Beautiful in Las Vegas, NV on September 24th and Riverfront Revival in Charleston, SC on October 7th.
Wilderado Confirmed Tour Dates
5/6 @ Shaky Knees Festival in Atlanta, GA
5/18 @ Whale Aid 2023 (Max) in Boston, MA
5/28 @ WonderWorks in Pittsburgh, PA
8/5 @ Hinterland Music Fest in St Charles, IA
9/23 @ Marquee Theatre in Tempe, AZ
9/24 @ Life is Beautiful in Las Vegas, NV
9/26 @ Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO
9/27 @ Aggie Theatre in Fort Collins, CO
9/29 @ Tannahill Tavern in Fort Worth, TX
9/30 @ Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City, OK
10/1 @ Treeline Festival in Columbia, MO
10/3 @ Thalia Hall in Chicago, IL
10/4 @ The Basement East in Nashville, TN
10/6 @ Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA
10/7 @ Riverfront Revival Fest in Charleston, SC
10/8 @ Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, NC