Wed May 29
08:30 PM
Bull Bash with Billy Currington and Dillon Carmichael Tickets (18+ Event)
Grizzly Rose - Denver, CO
Fri May 31
07:00 PM
Billy Currington
Concrete Street Amphitheatre - Corpus Christi, TX
Sat Jun 1
08:30 PM
Billy Currington
Whitewater Amphitheater - New Braunfels, TX
Thu Jun 20
08:00 PM
Billy Currington
The Clyde Theatre - Fort Wayne, IN
Fri Jun 21
08:00 PM
Billy Currington
Centennial Terrace - Sylvania, OH
Fri Jul 12
09:00 PM
Billy Currington
Golden Nugget - Lake Charles - Lake Charles, LA
Sat Jul 13
08:00 PM
Billy Currington
Hard Rock Live Biloxi - Biloxi, MS
Wed Jul 17
07:30 PM
Billy Currington
Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion - Boston, MA
Fri Jul 19
08:00 PM
Billy Currington
Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom - Hampton Beach, NH
Sat Jul 20
07:30 PM
Billy Currington
Bold Point Park - East Providence, RI
Thu Jul 25
07:30 PM
Billy Currington
McGrath Amphitheatre - Cedar Rapids, IA
Thu Aug 15
07:00 PM
Billy Currington
The Freeman Stage - Selbyville, DE
Fri Aug 16
08:00 PM
Billy Currington
The Plaza at MGM Springfield - Springfield, MA
Sat Sep 7
07:30 PM
Billy Currington
Kansas State Fair - Hutchinson, KS
Thu Sep 19
05:30 PM
Billy Currington
SOMO Village Event Center - Rohnert Park, CA
Fri Sep 20
07:30 PM
Billy Currington
Fruit Yard Amphitheater - Modesto, CA
Fri Sep 27
07:00 PM
Billy Currington
The Parish at House of Blues Anaheim - Anaheim, CA
Thu Oct 17
08:00 PM
Billy Currington
Coca-Cola roxy theatre - Atlanta, GA


Billy Currington Information

Country singer Billy Currington signed with Mercury Nashville Records in 2003 and has since released four albums. He has had nine singles hit the Billboard Hot Country Songs, six of them #1 hits, including “Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right,” “Good Directions,” and “People Are Crazy.” 11 of his songs have been Top 40 hits, including the duet, “Party For Two,” with Shania Twain.

His self-titled debut album dropped in 2003, which he followed up with 2005’s Doin’ Somethin’ Right. He had to cancel tour dates in 2007 due to laryngitis, but released his third album, Little Bit of Everything, when he recovered in 2008.

In 2010, his fourth album, Enjoy Yourself, dropped. Currington will kick off his tour March 23 in Alabama and will hit up cities across the U.S. and Canada.