Genre-bending artist Koe Wetzel has added fall dates to his ‘Road to Hell Paso’ North American headline tour. Presented by Monster Energy, the newly announced 22-date run will hit Greensboro Coliseum on Friday, Sept. 15. The tour will conclude with shows in Lubbock and El Paso, TX, both of which have inspired a couple of Koe’s song and album titles.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, Apr. 28 at 10am at Ticketmaster. Fans can register for presale access at roadtohellpasotour.com. For additional information, visit koewetzelmusic.com.
Koe has been on the road playing sold out shows across the country in support of his latest album Hell Paso, which debuted at #12 on the Billboard 200 upon release in September. Recorded at the iconic Sonic Ranch Studio outside of El Paso, TX, the 13-track LP perfectly blends Koe’s musical influences and carves a unique lane for himself. In speaking about the album, Koe says: “We pulled in every genre we were feeling at the time. We spent the last ten years trying to make this sound, Hell Paso has it.” With over 100,000 tickets sold thus far this year, the Texas-born singer, songwriter, guitarist, and producer continues to dominate the touring world. In addition to his ‘Road to Hell Paso’ dates, Koe will support Eric Church this July.
This Friday, Koe will be featured on Ella Langley’s new song “That’s Why We Fight” – stay tuned for more from Wetzel coming soon!