Find your Hank Williams Jr. tickets today! The country artist is hitting the road alongside Chris Stapleton in 2016 for a co-headlining tour. Making stops throughout the Midwest and Southeast, this is one tour you do not want to miss! Find your Hank Williams Jr. tickets today!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Apr 29, 2017
|Hank Williams Jr.||Atlanta, GA|
Georgia World Congress Center
May 26, 2017
|Country 500: Miranda Lambert, Blake Shelton & Kid Rock - 3 Day Pass||Daytona Beach, FL|
Daytona International Speedway
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May 27, 2017
|Country 500: Blake Shelton & Thomas Rhett - Saturday||Daytona Beach, FL|
Daytona International Speedway
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May 28, 2017
|Bayou Country Superfest - Sunday||New Orleans, LA|
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Jun 09, 2017
|Hank Williams Jr.||Durant, OK|
Choctaw Casino & Resort - Durant
Jun 16, 2017
|Hank Williams Jr.||Augusta, GA|
James Brown Arena
Jun 17, 2017
|Hank Williams Jr.||Fredericksburg, VA|
Marks and Harrison Amphitheater
Jul 22, 2017
|Hank Williams Jr.||Charleston, SC|
Volvo Car Stadium At Family Circle Tennis Center
|Current Tour:||2016 Tour w/ Chris Stapleton|
|Discography:||Your Cheatin' Heart (1964)
Connie Francis and Hank Williams, Jr. Sing Great Country Favorites (1964)
Ballads of the Hills and Plains (1964)
Blues My Name (1965)
A Time to Sing (1967)
Songs My Father Left Me (1969)
Luke the Drifter, Jr. Vol. 2 (1969)
Live at Cobo Hall (1969)
After You, Pride's Not Hard to Swallow (1973)
Hank Williams, Jr. and Friends (1975)
The New South (1977)
Family Tradition (1979)
Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound (1979)
Habits Old and New (1980)
The Pressure Is On (1981)
High Notes (1982)
Strong Stuff (1983)
Man of Steel (1983)
Major Moves (1984)
Montana Cafe (1986)
Hank Live (1987)
Born to Boogie (1987)
Wild Streak (1988)
Lone Wolf (1990)
Pure Hank (1991)
Out of Left Field (1993)
Hog Wild (1995)
A.K.A. Wham Bam Sam (1996)
Three Hanks: Men with Broken Hearts (1996)
The Almeria Club Recordings (2002)
I'm One of You (2003)
127 Rose Avenue (2009)
Old School New Rules (2012)
It's About Time (2016)
On January 15, 2016, Hank Williams Jr. released his 38th studio album, It's About Time. Released by Nash Icon Records, It's About Time contains a combination of new material and re-recordings of previously released material. The album peaked at number 15 on the US Billboard 200 and number 2 on the US Top Country Albums chart.
The same month Hank Williams Jr. released It's About Time, he also announced that he was teaming up with fellow country artist Chris Stapleton for a co-headlining tour. The 8-date trek will kick off on August 5 at MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, and will hit cities throughout the South and Midwest, including Houston, Austin, and Clarkston, MI, before wrapping up on August 27 in Cincinnati at Riverbend Music Center. Make sure to buy your Hank Williams Jr. tickets before they're gone!
Hank Williams Jr. was born on May 26, 1949 in Shreveport, LA. His father, country singer Hank Williams, died at the age of 29, when Hank Williams Jr. was just three years old. Hank Williams Jr. was raised by his mother, Audrey Williams. Throughout his childhood, many well-known musicians, including Johnny Cash, Fats Domino, and Jerry Lee Lewis visited the Williams family and taught Hank Williams Jr. how to play various instruments.
Hank Williams Jr. made his recording debut in 1964, with the remake of "Long Gone Lonesome Blues," one of his father's songs. Throughout the 1960s and early 1970s, Hank Williams Jr. was well-known as an Hank Williams impersonator. In the mid-1970s Hank William's Jr. relocated to Alabama and released the album Hank Williams, Jr. and Friends in 1975. The album was popular and is thought of by many as his breakthrough into country superstardom.
Later the same year, Hank Williams Jr. almost lost his life in a mountain-climbing accident in Montana, surviving a fall of nearly 500 feet. Suffering many facial injuries, Hank Williams Jr. grew a beard and began wearing sunglasses and a cowboy hat. To this day, Hank Williams Jr. retains his now signature look.
As of 2016, Hank William Jr. has released a total of 38 albums, and continues to perform concerts on a regular basis. This means fans are always looking to buy Hank Williams Jr. tickets.