LANCO: Honky-Tonk Hippies Tour 2021 with Special Guest Ross Ellis On The Bud Light Seltzer Beach Stage

LANCO: Honky-Tonk Hippies Tour 2021 with Special Guest Ross Ellis On The Bud Light Seltzer Beach Stage

Tickets are $20 in Advance and $25 The day of the show… Ages 21Up…

Doors 6PM Show is 7ish

If for any reason this show needs to be moved in doors…Only the first 400 tickets will be valid for entry…Out door only tickets will be marked before purchase.



The Five Blistering New Tracks Off Upcoming Self-Produced EP From Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL – Out July 2

Tickets for 30-City HONKY-TONK HIPPIES TOUR Available This Friday

NASHVILLE, TN – Jun. 21, 2021- Multi-Platinum selling band LANCO continues to forge new territory as the roots-frontier explorers and live-performance junkies announcing details today behind their new HONKY-TONK HIPPIES EP, available July 2 and their 30-city fall headlining tour by the same name. The anthemic EP was self-produced by the band, with each track penned by at least two members. The group traveled to the iconic Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL to record the new music, absorbing its heart-pounding and soul-shaking influence. Now set to release five new tracks fit perfectly for the road, all fans are invited to sign up for a FANCO membership which offers instant access to receive the swampy title-track today (6/21) with pre-order for the HONKY-TONK HIPPIES EP available here. (LINK)

As LANCO continues to “bring the full-band sound back to Country” (Newsday), Brandon Lancaster, Eric Steedly, Chandler Baldwin, Jared Hampton and Tripp Howell will electrify crowds across the country this summer. The five-man band will build off their deep-rooted connection with fans as the HONKY-TONK HIPPIES TOUR launches Sept. 12th in Isle of Palms, SC at The Wind Jammer with Ross Ellis. First pre-sale tickets go on sale to FANCO members tomorrow, with tickets available to the public beginning this Friday (6/25 at 10:00A local time) at www.lancomusic.com.

“For our band, the two things we love more than anything are playing shows and being in the studio,” said frontman Brandon Lancaster. “So, the minute we were cleared, we booked Fame Studios and started planning this tour. Seeing the dates on a calendar helped us visualize being back on stage, and these songs reflect that feeling. We tracked everything live with all our pent up energy, and it won’t be long until we’re out there with the fans crowd-surfing to it.”