Toyota Oakdale Theatre | Wallingford, Connecticut
Are you down for a rodeo that will bring heat to your winter? You’ve come to the right place because you’ll have the opportunity to take part in a rodeo like no other — well, not a literal one, though. You are invited to join the musical rodeo of one of the fastest-rising country music artists today. You will be going on a rodeo night of fun this February 10 as the "If It Wasn't for Trucks" hitmaker brings his "Ain't My Last Rodeo Tour" to the famous Toyota Oakdale Theatre. This tour, which is slated to make waves in the US and Canada, will promote his latest album of the same name. Inspired by hard work, life outdoors, and family, the album is a testament to Green's hard work in creating his own mark in the country music scene. Thus, the album's songs will add to this concert's setlist and excite all country music fans in Wallington, Connecticut. And if you are one of these fans, you are in for a treat because the 35-year-old country star will bring the legendary Tracy Lawrence and the rising country star Ella Langley with him to this concert. So mark your calendars, secure your tickets, and join Riley Green, Tracy Lawrence, and Ella Langley for a musical rodeo like no other on February 10 at the Toyota Oakdale Theatre. It's a night you won't want to miss! Click the "Get Tickets" link to reserve your tickets today.
"Ain't My Last Rodeo" is the latest and the second album of the budding country artist Riley Green. Green, like any other country musician in the scene right now, is trying to forge a path that is true to the country's sensibilities and, at the same time, brands their artistry through their styles. In his contemporary/pop-leaning approach, he has taken much influence from the popular traditionalist 90s aesthetic and added modern beats to make it fresh. He might not be the first to do so, but he does it well. In his freshly released album, this attribute is prominent.
Similar to his debut, this follow-up album is a testament to Green growing up in Alabama. His humble beginnings have always been a source of inspiration for him. Love, family, and being raised right are among the common themes in this album. His simplistic and raw lyrics propel these themes, which, in a way, is a perfect fit. Many critics comment on the way he fiddles with his lyrics and themes. A common comment has been found - Green endearingly approaches his lyricism.
"'Ain't My Last Rodeo' is, simply, nothing short of a masterclass in modern country storytelling where each track is a vivid painting of Southern life, love, and the values that shape the heartland of America," says James Daykin of Entertainment Focus.
The sophomore album contains 12 songs. All of these tunes induce most feelings when reflecting on one's past life. Some of the songs are nostalgic, like "They Don't Make Em Like That No More" and "Different 'Round Here," whereas others mourn or are regretful, like "Ain't My Last Rodeo" and "Mississippi or Me," and there are those that are just pure celebration as experienced from "God Made a Good Ol' Boy" and "Raised Up Right."
In 2024, the country star will be on the road for his "Ain't My Last Rodeo" tour. He will be visiting 33 cities nationwide, starting in Troy, Ohio, on February 8 and ending in Sacramento, California, on October 10.
Connecticut fans will meet Green at the Toyota Oakdale Theatre on February 10. Accompanying him on this show is "That's Why We Fight" singer Ella Langley, a fellow Alabama native fresh from releasing her debut EP.
See them bring the twang to this concert. Buy tickets now!