Make your plans now to skip down I-10 east next year because Riley Green and Tracy Lawrence have just announced they're coming to the Raising Cane's River Center!

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Riley Green and Tracy Lawrence Baton Rouge March 22 2024

Riley Green is bringing his "Ain't My Last Rodeo" tour to the Raising Cane's River Center in Baton Rouge March 22, 2024.

Riley is also bringing Tracy Lawrence and Ella Langley along with him for what is sure to be an incredible night of fantastic Country music you are definitely not going to want to miss.

From Raising Cane's River Center Facebook page -

"Saddle up, y'all! 🎶 Riley Green's 'Ain't My Last Rodeo Tour' is coming to town on March 22 at the Raising Cane's River Center, and it's gonna be one wild ride! 🐎

Get ready for a night of unforgettable country music with special guests Tracy Lawrence and Ella Langley. Grab your boots and let's make some memories!"

Riley Green Ain't My Last Rodeo Tour
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Riley Green signed with Big Machine Label Group and released his debut album, "Different 'Round Here," in 2019.

Green gained popularity with songs like "There Was This Girl" and "I Wish Grandpas Never Died".

When Do Riley Green Tickets Go On-Sale?

Tickets go on-sale for Riley Green's March 22, 2024 show at the Raising Cane's River Center Friday, September 15 at 10 am and all Ticketmaster outlets.

As of now, ticket prices haven't been released for the Baton Rouge show. Looking at other shows on Green's tour, tickets seem to start at around $35.

You know we've always got the best seats to the best shows, so be listening to win your free tickets!

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