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Cole Swindell Tickets and Schedule

Next Cole Swindell Concert

Buy tickets for Cole Swindell (18+ Event) at Brewhouse Music and Grill in Rome, GA on December 27, 2018 9:30PM local time. There are currently 5 Cole Swindell concerts available for sale.

Cole Swindell Tickets

Cole Swindell has taken the country music genre by storm a few years ago. Born in Bronwood, Georgia, Cole moved to Nashville to pursue his music career. He was passionate about country music for years when in 2010, he signed a publishing deal and started to work as a songwriter. In 2013, he signed a deal with Warner Bros. Records, which released his major-label debut "Cole Swindell " the next year. His debut album's lead single "Chillin' It" became #1 on the country music chart in 2014, while ACM named him New Artist of The Year. In just over three years, Swindell has released seven No. 1 singles, five Platinum singles, one Gold single, a Platinum-certified debut album, and a Gold-certified sophomore album (You Should Be Here).

Before his solo career, Cole Swindell wrote songs for a variety of other artists, including Luke Bryan, Craig Campbell, Scotty McCreery, Chris Young, and others. When he moved to Nashville, he also ran the merchandise for Luke Brian, a major country music star, who became a major influence in his career. In addition to Luke Bryan, his other musical influences include Randy Travis and Garth Brooks. In a past few years, he toured with Jason Aldean and Kenny Chesney.

Cole Swindell Tour Dates

Cole Swindell Down Home 2018 Tour

Cole Swindell, the Platinum-selling 10-time No. 1 hit country singer and songwriter, will hit the road in January 2018, in support of Down Home Sessions IV EP, released in November, 2017. His Down Home Tour starts in Athens on January 11 and includes shows in Savannah, Knoxville, Tuscaloosa, Chicago, Oxford, and Charlottesville.

Last updated: Oct 18 2018