Chris Stapleton Setlists: What to Expect at His All-American Road Show

Chris Stapleton is burning some serious rubber in 2024. The country star is supporting George Strait’s extended stadium tour, celebrating R&B royalty at the Mavis Staples 85: All Star Birthday Concert and headlining his ongoing All-American Road Show tour. The Grammy-winning Kentucky singer-songwriter’s headlining showcase will usher in its eighth consecutive year with over 20 new dates across North America this summer.

Although the latest Road Show welcomes back many familiar faces, such as Sheryl Crow, Willie Nelson and The War and Treaty, the 2024 support crew also features new faces to the circuit like Lainey Wilson, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Grace Potter and more. The Chris Stapleton setlist itself will come with a whole host of new songs as the country star plays his first stretch of live sets following the release of his fifth solo album, Higher, in late 2023.

Prepare your perfect Chris Stapleton concert playlist ahead of his 2024 All-American Road Show by learning more below about the “Tennessee Whiskey” artist’s live history and average live performance details.

Chris Stapleton Tour Stats

Current tour: Chris Stapleton’s All-American Road Show (2017–2024)

Set time: On the 2023 iteration of Chris Stapleton’s All-American Road Show, Chris Stapleton usually went on stage between 9:10 and 9:20 p.m., though set times vary.

Length of average Chris Stapleton show: 2 hours (on Chris Stapleton’s All-American Road Show)

Past tours:

  • Hank Williams Jr. and Chris Stapleton Live in Concert (with Hank Williams Jr.) (2016)
  • Chris Stapleton’s All-American Road Show (2017–2024)

Chris Stapleton Discography:

  • Traveller (2015)
  • From A Room: Volume 1 (2017)
  • From A Room: Volume 2 (2017)
  • Starting Over (2020)
  • Higher (2023)

Chris Stapleton’s Popular Songs:

  • “Tennessee Whiskey”
  • “You Should Probably Leave”
  • “Broken Halos”
  • “Starting Over”
  • “Parachute”
  • “Millionaire”
  • “White Horse”

Chris Stapleton’s Recent Opening Acts:

Chris Stapleton Concert Setlist Info

The setlist for Chris Stapleton’s 2024 All-American Road Show blends the best cuts from his five studio albums, plus special covers, including his signature mash-up of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Free Bird” and his 2015 song “The Devil Named Music.” At his debut 2024 show, Stapleton dug deeper into his past with two renditions of songs by his former bluegrass band The SteelDrivers: “Midnight Train to Memphis” and “Where Rainbows Never Die,” the latter of which he has performed just over a dozen times across his solo career.

Below, you can find a breakdown of Chris Stapleton’s live setlist from his 2024 tour opener at San Diego’s Petco Park on March 2. Check back as the All-American Road Show covers more ground this year to see updated setlist information.

Chris Stapleton’s All-American Road Show Setlist:

  1. White Horse
  2. Parachute
  3. Second One to Know
  4. Starting Over
  5. Millionaire (Kevin Welch cover)
  6. Crosswind
  7. Might as Well Get Stoned
  8. Hard Livin’
  9. Worry B Gone (Guy Clark cover)
  10. What Are You Listening To?
  11. Mountains of My Mind
  12. Whiskey and You
  13. Arkansas
  14. Midnight Train to Memphis (The SteelDrivers song)
  15. Think I’m in Love With You
  16. You Should Probably Leave
  17. Nobody to Blame
  18. Cold
  19. Free Bird / The Devil Named Music (Lynyrd Skynyrd cover)
  20. Traveller
  21. Fire Away
  22. Broken Halos
  23. Tennessee Whiskey (David Allan Coe cover)

Encore:

Source: Setlist.fm.

How to Get Tickets for Chris Stapleton Concerts

Chris Stapleton tickets for the 2024 All-American Road Show are available via Ticketmaster. Standard Tickets and VIP Experiences are still available for many dates.

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