East Texas native and country music artist Chris Colston headlines the first-ever lineup reveal party for Troubadour Festival in Tyler!
Join us on Friday, July 1, at Texas Monthly Top 50 BBQ joint Stanley's Famous Pit Bar-B-Q in Tyler to find out the music lineup for Troubadour Festival, which is Saturday, September 10, in Downtown Tyler.
Chris Colston, of Lindale, will be joined by fellow East Texas natives Joint Custody for a helluva party as we celebrate Tyler's first-ever Troubadour Festival lineup.
All tickets are general admission, and tables are first-come, first-served. Ticket prices will increase at the door, so get yours in advance. We expect a total sellout, so don't wait!
Doors open at 8:00 PM. Joint Custody takes the stage at 8:30 PM, and Chris Colston follows at 10:00 PM. Everyone in attendance must have a ticket and wristband when doors open at 8:00 PM. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS.
ABOUT CHRIS COLSTON:
Since releasing his debut album Bombs Away in 2020, Chris Colston has been sweeping through the Texas music scene. He has built a dedicated fanbase playing sold-out stadium shows with Koe Wetzel and touring with some of the most sought-after performers in the genre, including Parker McCollum, HARDY, Eli Young Band and Casey Donahew.
His musical story began at a young age when his stepfather signed him up for drum lessons, leading him to eventually pick up the guitar. Not long after, he formed his first band and hit the road playing anywhere that would let him in the door. He honed his musical sound playing for some of the most discerning music afficionados in Texas, where the threshold for anything contrived is the distance between the stage and a beer bottle. Finding his voice in an area known for producing outstanding musical talent set the bar and contributed to his personal style, which he describes as “gritty Texas roots combined with rock n’ roll.” Colston is currently in the studio working on a new album, set to be released later this year.
ABOUT TROUBADOUR FESTIVAL:
Inspired by the traveling musician and the huge popularity in traveling to experience the best in Texas barbecue, Troubadour Festival brings the two together for a first of its kind, multi-location Texas BBQ & Music Experience. Troubadour Festival is happening three times in 2022: June 4 in Georgetown; September 10 in Tyler; and October 15 in Celina. Each festival features more than 40 of the best barbecue joints in Texas, along with nearly 12 hours of live music with a five-act show on the main stage.