Gary Clark Jr. Unveils 2022 Headlining Dates; Opening for Guns N’ Roses in Europe Next Summer


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Grammy Award-winning songwriter/guitarist Gary Clark Jr. has announced some headlining shows for late January/early February 2022, the first batch of performances that will keep him pretty busy for much of the year.

A news release notes that Clark is currently writing and recording new material for an upcoming studio album, which will be his fourth to date and the follow-up to 2019’s This Land, which won the Best Contemporary Blues Album Grammy Award in 2020.

The new U.S. dates, which are billed as the ‘first leg’ of his headlining shows (more details available here):

Jan 28 Oklahoma City, OK The Criterion
Jan 29 Tulsa OK Cain’s Ballroom
Jan 30 Tulsa OK Cain’s Ballroom
Jan 31 Wichita, KS Wave
Feb 02 San Antonio, TX Tobin Center For The Performing Arts
Feb 05 Lake Charles, LA Golden Nugget Lake Charles

Gary Clark Jr. will also head overseas next summer as main support for Guns N’ Roses in the rock icons’ run of huge outdoor stadiums, a rescheduled version of GnR’s originally planned 2021 outing:

Jun 04             Lisboa, Portugal                       Passeio Maritimo
Jun 07             Seville, Spain                           Benito Villamerin Stadium
Jun 15             Rogaland, Norway                    Forus Travbane (Forus Racecourse)
Jun 18             Prague, Czech Republic           Letnany Airport
Jun 20             Warsaw, Poland                       PGE Narodowy
Jun 23             Groningen, Netherlands            Stadspark Groningen
Jun 28             Dublin, Ireland                          Marlay Park
July 01            London, UK                             Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
July 02            London, UK                             Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
July 05            Glasgow, UK                            TRNSMT Festival (Glasgow Green)
July 08            Munich, Germany                     Munich Olympic Stadium
July 10            Milan, Italy                               San Siro Stadium
July 13            Vienna, Austria                        Ernst Happel Stadion Wien



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