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Round up of concerts coming up this, and next month

Feb 15, 2023 03:59PM ● By Cristi Mc Kee

It’s going to be a very musical end to winter and beginning of Spring this year in Tallahassee.

A host of musical artists, including country singers, Christian-pop bands and pop artists are coming to the Capital City to put on a show in February in March. 

Whiskey Myers

February 17at 6 p.m.

Donald L. Tucker Civic Center

Whiskey Myers is a popular rock and southern country band out of Texas most known for their songs, “Stone,” “Bury My Bones” and “Trailer We Call Home.”

Rival Sons & The Weathered Souls will open for the band. 

Parker McCollum

February 23, at 7:30 p.m.

Donald L. Tucker Civic Center

Park McCollum is an Americana and country singer-songwriter from Texas most known for his hit singles, “Handle on You,” “Hell of a Year,” “Like a Cowboy,” “To Be Loved by You” and “Pretty Heart.”

Corey Kent and Catie Offerman will open. 

Koe Wetzel

March 2, at 7:30 p.m.

Donald L. Tucker Civic Center

Koe Wetzel is a country-rock recording artist out of Texas known for his songs, “Good Die Young,” “Drunk Driving” and “Love.”

Tyler Farr and Dylan Wheeler will open for Wetzel.

Willie Nelson and Family

March 4 at 6 p.m.

Capital Cascades Amphitheater

Legendary American country musician Willie Nelson is making a stop in Tallahassee and is well-known for songs, “On the Road Again,” “Riders in the Sky,” “Okie From Muscogee” and “Highwayman.”