Country music trio Restless Road have announced an additional UK date to their headline LAST RODEO TOUR. The band will play Omeara on March 11th  The show will follow Restless Road’s performances at C2C: Country to Country, where they’ll be playing in both the O2 Arena and Glasgow’s OVO Hydro. With added stops in London and various college towns across the southeast such as Athens (GA), Knoxville (TN), and Tuscaloosa (AL), the tour will hit a total of 23 cities.

Made up of Colton Pack, Garrett Nichols, and Zach Beeken, Restless Road’s standout harmony-driven vocals and “hard-hitting storytelling” (Country Now) are front and centre on their debut album Last Rodeo, which was released last October. The project features 18 tracks including the title track, which Country Central called “undeniably catchy,” and recently released songs ‘You Don’t Have To Love Me’, ‘Roll Tide Roll’, ‘I Don’t Wanna Be That Guy’, ‘Sundown Somewhere’, ‘On My Way’, their #1 Sirius XM hit ‘Growing Old With You’ and fan favourite ‘Bar Friends’.

Contrary to the title of the album, Last Rodeo is just the beginning for the group. The title track is about resilience and staying focused on their goals, which this album is proof of. As Colton, Garrett and Zach have grown together, Last Rodeo encapsulates their journey through every twist and turn. With Colton married, Garrett currently engaged, and Zach single, the songs incorporate a wide breadth of stories about all different stages of life and love.

Last year, the “Spotify Hot Country Artist To Watch” toured alongside Kane Brown and Russell Dickerson, while also making stops at major country music festivals like Stagecoach and CMA Fest.


2 Mar. 2024 – Rotterdam, NL – C2C at RTM Stage
3 Mar. 2024 – Berlin, DE – C2C at Verti Music Hall
5 Mar. 2024 – Hamburg, DE – Sound Of Nashville at Hamburg Kent Club
6 Mar. 2024 – Frankfurt, DE – Sound Of Nashville at Frankfurt Das Bett
8 Mar. 2024 – London, UK – C2C at The O2
10 Mar. 2024 – Glasgow, Scotland – C2C at OVO Hydro
11 Mar. 2024 – London, UK – Omeara