Parker McCollum, kicked down the doors during his performance at the Opening Day celebration of the famed RODEOHOUSTON selling over 70,000 tickets. Last year, Parker made one of his childhood dreams come true by making his first RODEOHOUSTON appearance and performing for a packed house. The electrifying show garnered him an invitation back to kick off this year’s season of what is certain to be another spectacular run for this time-honored tradition.
“I have so much to be grateful for. I couldn’t have imagined it better. I feel like I’m living in a movie. Houston is my favorite city in the world. I appreciate y’all loving us so much.”
Recently, Parker revealed the title and cover art for his forthcoming studio album, Never Enough, out May 12th via MCA Nashville. His current single, “Handle On You,” from the album is Top 10-and-climbing at Country radio.
This month McCollum kicked off a packed 2023 touring schedule selling out shows in Columbus, Detroit, and Cincinnati. In addition to headlining dates in major markets, the dedicated road-warrior can be seen performing at some of country music’s high-profile festivals including Stagecoach, Country Thunder and iHeartCountry Festival, plus sharing the bill with Morgan Wallen and Eric Church later this year.
A full list of McCollum’s upcoming tour dates and tickets are available here.