All of the Country Concerts Coming to NYC This Summer

Here is your full list of country concerts coming to NYC this summer. Check out all of the dates and locations of the shows here.


Luke Bryan – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY
July 6th, 2023

The five-time Entertainer of the Year has two amphitheater dates in the tristate area this summer, including one at Jones Beach. He will be bringing along artists like Conner Smith, Jackson Dean, and Alana Springsteen.


Sam Hunt – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY
July 14th, 2023

Sam Runt is bringing his summer-ready music to the beach. Fans will also get to hear music from openers, Brett Young and Lily Rose.


Thomas Rhett – USB Arena, Elmont, NY
July 22nd, 2013

Thomas Rhett reunites with Cole Swindell and brings newcomer Nate Smith to perform at the Islanders’ new home on the border of Long Island and Queens.  


Dierks Bentley – PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ
July 27th, 2023

Dierks Bentley will perform songs off his new album and his 20+ number ones at this NJ-based location.


The Mavericks – Beacon Theatre, NYC
July 28th, 2023

This traditional country group hits the road this summer, stopping in NYC for a night at the Beacon Theater in uptown Manhattan.


Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit – Paramount Theater, Huntington, NYC
July 31st, 2023

The “Cover Me Up” singer and his band will play two NYC-based shows in Westchester and on Long Island. 


Granger Smith – Irving Plaza, NYC
August 2nd, 2023

Granger Smith’s Like A River Farewell Tour is the singer’s final tour before joining the ministry. Smith stops in NYC on August 2. 


Tyler Childers – Radio City Music Hall, NYC
August 2nd, 2023 + August 3rd, 2023

Tyler Childers will headline two shows at this historic NYC theater with support from Elle King, as she builds her country-career resume.


Darius Rucker – Catholic Health Amphitheater at Bald Hill, Farmingville, NY
August 3rd, 2023

Darius Rucker is bringing his music catalog to Long Island this summer, giving fans a night to look forward to.


Dan + Shay – PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ
August 18th, 2023

Dan + Shay will headline the Thunderfest 2023, New Jersey festival at the PNC Bank Arts Center this summer.


Eric Church – PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ
August 25th, 2023

Eric Church is set to wrap-up his summer tour in the Northeast in New Jersey.


Russell Dickerson – Catholic Health Amphitheater at Bald Hill, Farmingville, NY
September 1st, 2023

Russell Dickerson is bringing the party to Long Island this summer.


Zac Brown Band – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, Wantagh, NY
September 16th & 17th, 2023

ZBB are performing two shows at the iconic beach venue on Long Island, NY, marking the perfect end to summer.


Megan Moroney – Bowery Ballroom, NYC
September 20th, 2023

The “Tennessee Orange” singer will support her upcoming album with a sold-out Bowery Ballroom show.


Kidd G – Irving Plaza, NYC
September 23rd, 2023

Rising artist, Kidd G is taking on NYC, heading the Irving Plaza at the tail-end of summer this year.


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Miranda Lambert Celebrates ‘Wildcard’ Album Release at iHeart NYC


One of the most decorated country artists of her generation, Miranda Lambert just released her seventh studio album entitled Wildcard. The record is the lyricist’s homecoming back to her iconic sound and clever song-writing. To celebrate the longevity of her career and the release of the new record, Lambert and her band headed to iHeartRadio theater in downtown Manhattan to celebrate with an intimate group of fans. NYCountry Swag was there to celebrate her monumental feat.

The first thirty minutes was hosted by radio DJ, Brooke Taylor, as the songs and interview were broadcasted live on the radio station. Taylor and Lambert talked about her success as a female country artist, her favorite songs off the new project, as well as, the songstress’ responsibility as a mentor to other female artists in the industry, which she embraces fully.

During the broadcast, Lambert sang “Mama’s Broken Heart,” and three songs off the new LP, including “It All Comes Out in The Wash,” “Bluebird,” and “Tequila Does.” Although all four songs are fun and beautiful in their own right, “Bluebird” was easily the crowd’s favorite, illustrating Lambert’s sentiment that the song is “More of a feeling. It’s just special.”

Lambert really came into her own on stage, breathing a sigh of relief, when the recorded version of the segment was over. She delivered a killer thirty-minute set, playing several songs that spanned her career. According to the singer, “the fans’ feedback [is] all that matters.” Clearly her true fans approved, as the entire crowd sang each and every cut she sang at the top of their lungs.

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The performance included songs like “Kerosene,” “Mess with My Head,” “Gunpowder and Lead,” “Heart Like Mine,” and one of her classics “Airstream Song.” Some special moments came towards the end of her set when she coined her new song “White Trash,” her ‘biography’. The song personified Lambert to a T, and fans clearly loved it. “Automatic,” another fan-favorite, had the intimate room feeling like it was Madison Square Garden.

Overall, Lambert proved, yet again, that she does it all for the fans and the betterment of women in country music. She’s a complete professional, and we have no doubt that she will find even more success with her upcoming ‘2020 Wildcard Tour’, kicking off this January in Tupelo, Mississippi.

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Spin On: Nashville’s Vinyl Collection Pop-Up In NYC

Pop Up Vinyl Store NYC


Located in the heart of NoHo in Manhattan, Showfields, coined “The Most Interesting Store in the World,” is bringing Nashville to the’ Big Apple’. Beginning last week, the revolutionary company is the home to the Spin On: Nashville’s Vinyl Collection pop-up in conjunction with Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp.

The new pop-up is a shop consisting of vinyl records by artists who live in Nashville or albums that were recorded in Music City. East Nashville’s Grimey’s Records personally curated the collection, in celebration of its 20 year anniversary. Spin On will remain open through January 15th, giving New Yorkers plenty of time to check out the magic.

According to Butch Spyridon, President and CEO of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, “[They] think this is a creative way to showcase and reinforce the strength and diversity of the music that’s created, written and recorded in Nashville.” He recently shared his support and excitement for the unique pop-up in a press release.

Additionally, the unique pop-up is slated to host intimate performances, signings, and more in the space. To check out some of the artists on the list, head to

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Country Concerts Coming to New York City This Fall

What could be better than a brisk fall evening and some live country entertainment?! Check out all of the awesome country acts coming to NY this fall. Start saving up and texting your country music-loving besties about these upcoming dates!

Concerts This Fall NYC

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Sturgill Simpson – Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
October 6th, 2019
Come see genre-bending Sturgill Simpson perform at Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY on Sunday, October 6th. Fans will watch Simpson push boundaries with music from his new album Sound & Fury. All net proceeds from this show will be donated to the Special Forces Foundation.


Mason Ramsey – Gramercy Theatre, NYC
October 10th, 2019
Don’t miss 12 year-old country music sensation, Mason Ramsey, take the stage with Ernest and Jenna Paulette at Gramercy Theatre in NYC on Thursday, October 10th. From his yodeling a rendition of “Lovesick Blues” at a Walmart, Ramsey is now headlining Part 2 of his “How’s Your Girl & How’s Your Family” tour, where fans can look forward to hearing songs off his new EP “Twang”.


Manhattan By Sail: Country Edition
October 11th, 2019
NYCountry Swag promises a night of incredible live acoustic music as we sail around Manhattan to kick off your weekend. Join us Friday evening, October 11th from 8:30-10:30 PM to take in the breathtaking views of Manhattan’s skyline, delicious drinks, and your favorite country tunes from Lauren Davidson and Kalie Shorr. Grab your tickets here!


Chase Rice – Playstation Theatre, NYC
October 11th, 2019
The Playstation Theatre in NYC welcomes Chase Rice for his Lambs & Lions tour on Friday, October 11th. With openers Chris DeStefano and Jon Nite, this show is sure to entertain with fun-loving bro-country hits, cold drinks, and a packed house of fans.


Kacey Musgraves – Radio City Music Hall, NYC
October 15th and 16th, 2019
‘Golden Girl’ Kacey Musgraves will perform her magical tunes during a two-night stint headlining the historic Radio City Music Hall in NYC on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 15th and 16th. The Grammy Award winner will be accompanied by Lucius, as she performs the penultimate dates of her “Oh, What a World Tour II”, which will culminate in Nashville the following week.


HARDY – Gramercy Theatre, NYC
October 18th, 2019
SiriusXM Presents The Highway Finds Tour featuring HARDY, who is bringing along Hunter Phelps and Sean Stemaly for a night filled with authentic country music in the Big Apple at the Gramercy Theatre on Friday, October 18th. Listen to his recent Hixtape EP featuring 17 incredible artists here.


Dierks Bentley & Dustin Lynch – Michie Stadium, West Point NY
October 18th, 2019
Dierks Bentley will make a special stop on his “Burning Man” tour to headline the US Military Academy at West Point’s outdoor “Michie Stadium” on Friday, October 18th. Bentley will be supported by the “Small Town Boy” singer, Dustin Lynch. Get ready for a show filled with upbeat sing-alongs that the crowd can dance to all night long!


Josh Abbot Band – Gramercy Theatre, NYC
October 23rd, 2019
Josh Abbott Band will give this big city a small-town feel for the night as he lights up the stage with the “Catching Fire” tour at The Gramercy Theatre in NYC on Wednesday, October 23rd. The Texas native band will bring along Carlton Anderson for a night to remember.


Chris Janson -The Paramount
October 24th, 2019
Platinum-selling singer/songwriter Chris Janson will bring his ‘Real Friends Tour’ to The Paramount in Long Island on Thursday, October 24th. Get ready for a night of “Good Vibes”!


Ingrid Andress – Rockwood Music Hall, NYC
October 30th, 2019
Watch Ingrid Andress dazzle the crowd with her heart wrenching and powerful ballads in the intimate setting of Rockwood Music Hall in NYC on Wednesday, October 30th. The singer-songwriter recently wrapped up the European leg of “The Lady Like” tour, and NYC fans will finally have the chance to connect with her emotional tracks live.


Dwight Yoakam
NYCB Theatre at Westbury, NYC – November 8th, 2019
Terminal 5, NYC – November 9th, 2019
Fans are excited see critically acclaimed country star Dwight Yoakam perform his hits at NYCB Theatre at Old Westbury and Terminal 5 in NYC on Friday and Saturday, November 8th and 9th, respectively. The “Suspicious Minds” singer will be joined by Noah Guthrie at NYCB theatre.


Home Free – The Town Hall, NYC
November 10th, 2019
Get your tickets to see NBC’s ‘The Sing-Off’ crowned champions Home Free at Town Hall in NYC on Sunday, November 10th. Home Free is currently touring the world with their “Dive Bar Saints” tour – wow-ing every audience as they create music using only their voices. Read about their latest album, Dive Bar Saints here.


Trisha Yearwood – The Town Hall, NYC
November 21st, 2019
Trisha Yearwood is set to take the stage for her first headlining tour in five years, and fans are excited! The hitmaker will be bringing along Rachel Wammack for a spectacular night of female country anthems. Be sure to catch the “Every Girl” tour at The Town Hall in NYC on Thursday, November 21st.




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Pistol Annies Grace the Stage in NYC on Album Release Day

Pistol Annies NYC

Ashley Monroe, Angaleena Presley, Miranda Lambert

As fans waited for the iconic trio, the Pistol Annies, to take over beautiful Town Hall in New York City, on album release day, the buzz in the room was evident. Concert-goers were eager to see the Annies take the stage, after their several year hiatus for what would be an epic 75-minute performance.

The second the ladies emerged on stage, standing in front of their appropriately labeled mic-stands, Hippie Annie (Ashley Monroe), Holler Annie (Angaleena Presley), and Lonestar Annie (Miranda Lambert), the crowd erupted into applause and were on their feet, where they remained the entire night. Lambert, Monroe, and Presley, clearly feeling the energy, started the show off with their new song “Sugar Daddy,” followed by crowd favorite, “Feel a Sin Coming On” from their 2013 album Annie Up.

Lonestar Annie was first to address the audience and excitedly shared that their record, Interstate Gospel was finally available, just before singing “Bad Example”. Pumping up the crowd, she stated “Happy Friday to everybody. Happy album release day to us. We’re gonna do a bunch of songs about sin and men, and everything in between tonight. We’re gonna be setting a real bad example for you all.” Although a trio, the songstresses truly gave each other the spotlight when necessary, often mouthing the lyrics and dancing with each other, when one of the women had a solo in a song, such as when Monroe acted as lead soloist in “Dear Sobriety,” or when Presley took it home on “The Hunter’s Wife.”

Pistol Annies NYC

Ashley Monroe, Angaleena Presley, Miranda Lambert

Although beautifully talented in their own right, the ladies truly shine, as harmonizing goddesses, often sounding like one effortless and incredible voice. Their beautiful harmonies were showcased during their performance of Elvis Presley’s “Love Me,” and hard-hitting title track off their new project, “Interstate Gospel.”

The night was filled with many great moments; however, one of the highlights of the night came towards the end of the trio’s 20 song set, when Lambert spoke to the audience yet again, “ We appreciate y’all understanding us telling the truth. We sit around with girlfriends that live really big lives. Should I tell the stats now?! Two husbands, two ex-husbands, two children, one on the way, and 25 years. That’s a lot of shit to write about, you know what I mean. That’s not even counting in-laws, outlaws, mamas, and stuff. We really appreciate Y’all listening to us, and living our stories with us because we’re just trying to tell everyone’s story whether they’re ugly or not.” Concert-goers showed their love and appreciation for the ladies, as the women bared their souls, singing another crowd favorite, “Girls Like Us.”

The performance was relatable, authentic, and enchanting all in one, just like the Annies. The supergroup saved some of their best songs for the end of their set, including their sassy new single, “Got My Name Changed Back” and an old favorite, “Hell On Heels”; both resonating with the intimate group of fans present. The night closed with Monroe’s wedding song, an acoustic rendition of “I Hope You’re the End of My Story.”

New Yorkers were lucky to witness the Pistol Annies’ magic, as they delivered an unforgettable night. Next up, the ladies head to The Novo in Los Angeles on November 7th to close out their trio of concerts to promote their new record. Keep up with the Annies via their social media for more information and updates.



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NYCS Swag Spotlight: Carolyn Miller

Carolyn Miller

Born and raised on Long Island, New York, Carolyn Miller is our next Swag Spotlight.  Just like Tommy Cole and Lauren Davidson, Miller is pursuing a career in country music by growing her fanbase up north and taking frequent trips down to Nashville for meetings and songwriting sessions.  She tells us in a recent phone interview that like most performers, she was performing before she even knew it.  “When I was 2 in church if my parents blinked I would run up onto the altar, as I  got older they just realized it was I just loved to perform and be in front of people,” she laughs.

Besides not having the typical ‘growing up on a farm’ experience, Miller also went a different route during her early years, acting for television and Broadway. Starting with local community theater when she was merely six years old, and being signed to a top children’s talent manager when she was eight, Miller has worked professionally since then, working on a national commercial with Rosie O’Donnell, voiceover work for Jenifer Lopez’s perfume, landed a role in Daredevil with Ben Affleck and guest starred in Law and Order SVU.  All of this before she exited her teen years, Miller was accepted to the Boston Conservatory at Berklee College on scholarship.  After graduating college she was inspired by some friends who were posting cover videos on YouTube. She gathered some friends, Mikel James and David Wong and they recorded their own version of A Great Big World’s “Say Something”. Within 48 hours the video garnered over thirty thousand views, reaching now almost a hundred thousand views.

The exposure from the YouTube cover lit a fire under her to start exploring the recording artist side of her passion, something she had never really thought about before.  Although she grew up on Long Island, which did not have a country radio station for almost 20 years, she recalls seeing Carrie Underwood win American Idol and being hooked.  “the reason why I connect with it so much is country music is so real, honest, authentic, it tells a story, it’s vulnerable and it has something to say and there is always a purpose,” she explains.  “Coming from my acting background I love authentic stories and I love really getting up and singing I don’t want beats and autotune, country is just that real beautiful pure genre of music.”

After a chance meeting with Russ DeSalvo who has produced Celine Dion and Lionel Richie, Miller started working with him on her debut EP which will be out this summer. The EP features five songs that songwriters in Nashville, LA, and NY wrote, songs that she felt spoke to her.  She looks forward to honing her songwriting craft and performing songs in her live shows and for future albums that she has written herself.

Her background in performing and acting has given her the foundation in this industry to move at a much faster pace than someone just starting out. “I learned discipline, dedication and work ethic from the time I was 8 years old. I understand how it works, I’ve been exposed to it all from a young age,” she tells us. “Everything I’ve been through just proves to me that I know I am ready for this and I know this is what I am meant to be doing and the ups and downs of the industry are expected.”
Miller considers herself pop-country crossover, very New York City meets Nashville and is excited to release her debut EP, Unbreakable later this year.  While in NY she has performed at shows all around town, including the Country Christmas Showdown, was a Nash Next Finalist and is booking opening slots with bigger acts for the remainder of this year. “You have to live and eat and breathe and sleep your craft and feel it in your blood and DNA that there is no other option,” she thoughtfully exclaims.  “If that this is your happiness then you just know that this is what you are meant to do.”
Follow Carolyn Miller on her social media platforms, Facebook,  and Instagram, for announcements on upcoming shows and releases.


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Ryan Kinder Grooves at His First NYC Show at Mercury Lounge

Ryan Kinder Mercury Lounge

Ryan Kinder, Warner Music Nashville recording artist played his first official full band show in New York City Tuesday night.  Kinder took the stage at Mercury Lounge in lower Manhattan to perform his music for a full room of fans.

His 60-minute set included a rockin’ song called “Alabama”, a heavenly cover of Al Green’s “Love and Happiness” and of course his latest single “Still Believe in Crazy Love” which Kinder then led the crowd in a full-blown sing-a-long of the last chorus.  For fans who have been following his career, he played his debut single from 2014, “Kiss Me When I’m Down” which quotes New York in the lyrics. (“And now I’m flying high / Just crossed over the New York lights / Where are you tonight? / Am I too late to make this right? / Will you hold me, touch me / Say that you forgive me / Save me when I hit the ground / Will you kiss me when I’m down?”)

Ryan Kinder Mercury Lounge

His smooth vocals along with his undeniable guitar playing make Kinder a definite one to watch for the new year.  His sound is unique, taking the best parts of country music songwriting and sonically mashing that with John Mayer, rootsy vibes.  Kinder was also joined on stage by two incredible background vocalists, Kristen Rogers and Stephcynie who enhanced each song with sass and powerful harmonies.

When we sat down with Kinder in September, he told us that his debut full-length album is definitely in the works.  “We don’t have a date. I’m taking my time on it because I want to get it right,” he explained. Looking forward to the new year and new music, be sure to follow Kinder on social media, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.



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Swag Sessions: Featuring Adam Doleac


A warm sunny October morning calls for a Refinery Rooftop Pop-Up Set with rising country act Adam Doleac.  New York Country Swag went live on Facebook and Instagram to broadcast Doleac sing three songs and answer a few questions about his backstory, writing his single “Whiskey’s Fine” and about touring with Ashley McBryde and High Valley on the Highway Finds Tour.  Check out the video here:



Catch Adam Doleac and The Highway Finds Tour stopping at Gramercy tomorrow, Saturday October 21st.  Grab your tickets here.



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Jennifer Nettles’ Poignant 9/11 Tribute “King of the City”

King of the City by Jennifer Nettles

Today, 16 years after the tragic events that took place on September 11th, 2001, Americans all over the nation reflect on where they were when they heard the news.  Grammy award winning country singer Jennifer Nettles is putting a fresh new narrative in place, releasing “King of the City”, inspired by an immigrant window washer who’s life was lost that day.

“That day in September / I’ll always remember / Started out just like the rest / I was floor 26 when the first plane hit / And I still feel that sound in my chest/ “It’s true I wasn’t born here / But my heart is sworn here / To hold up your dreams with my own / That day on my porch / I made it to church / And I prayed for each soul to fly home.”

The story unfolds as strings and Nettle’s voice crescendos, creating a beautiful testament to all of the fallen victims. Hear “King of the City” below and purchase the single on AmazonApple Music, and iTunes.