Cole Swindell Announces Headlining Win The Night Tour

Cole Swindell is headlining his own tour in 2024! The Georgia native, who spent much of 2023 serving as direct support on Thomas Rhett‘s Home Team Tour, is returning to headliner status, with his North American Win The Night Tour, kicking off on May 16 in Ontario, Canada.

Dylan Scott will serve as the opening act on all dates, with Jon Langston, Lily Rose, Mackenzie Carpenter, Meghan Patrick and Restless Road all joining him for select dates as well.

“My band and crew on the road have been a big reason for the successes in my career and I never take that for granted,” Swindell says. “It is our goal every single night to give the fans the best show we can, so the last three words we say before stepping on stage is ‘Win The Night.’ This one is for my band, my crew, my team and for the ones that continue to show up- the fans! We can’t wait to get out there in 2024.”

Swindell, who also shared the news on social media, recently said his goal was to be a headliner like Rhett.

“I hope that’s in my future,” Swindell recently told Everything Nash. “That’s the dream, is to keep building. It’s tough out there. It’s not easy to fill up arenas. That’s why I gotta keep writing and keep recording the best songs I can. I think we’re going to get there.”

Swindell just released a new song, “3 Feet Tall,” the debut single from his next studio album. The song was inspired by his own parents’ divorce years ago, and the complicated feelings that he dealt with as a result.

“I can’t believe the first song from Album 5 is out,” Swindell said when the song was released. “Songs like these are why I fell in love with country music in the first place. For all of you out there that have lived it in any way, I’m here for you. I’ve been there too. Music is so powerful and I feel like this song is just special. I hope it hits a few of you out there like it does me. Love y’all.”

Swindell recently had a multi-platinum, award-winning hit with “She Had Me At Heads Carolina,” a song that was inspired by Jo Dee Messina‘s “Heads Carolina, Tails California.”

“That has been probably the coolest moment of my whole career, definitely the most full-circle thing,” Swindell told Everything Nash of the song’s success. “I remember in ’96 when that song came out, how much I loved that song. I would have never dreamed that I would be able to put my own little spin on it that would change my career. And now to see her out there, killing it on tour and putting new music out, people like her inspired me in the ’90s. I may not be here without them.”

See a list of dates on Swindell’s Win The Night Tour below. Tickets for most shows will be available beginning on December 8. Find all of Swindell’s music and upcoming shows, and more information on his Win The Night Tour, at

Cole Swindell Win The Night Tour Dates:

May 16 London, ON Budweiser Gardens (Dylan Scott, Meghan Patrick)
May 17 Oshawa, ON Tribute Communities Center (Dylan Scott, Meghan Patrick)
May 18 Ottawa, ON Canadian Tire Centre (Dylan Scott, Meghan Patrick)
May 24 Brandon, MS Brandon Amphitheater (Dylan Scott, Jon Langston)
May 25 Orange Beach, AL The Wharf Amphitheater (Dylan Scott, Jon Langston)
May 30 Boston, MA Leader Bank Pavilion (Dylan Scott, Mackenzie Carpenter)
May 31 Bridgeport, CT Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater (Dylan Scott, Mackenzie Carpenter)
June 1 Gilford, NH BankNH Pavilion (Dylan Scott, Mackenzie Carpenter)
June 7 Indianapolis, IN Everwise Amphitheater at White River State Park (Dylan Scott, Mackenzie Carpenter)
*June 8 Cincinnati, OH PNC Pavilion (Dylan Scott, Mackenzie Carpenter)
June 27 Alpharetta, GA Ameris Bank Amphitheatre (Dylan Scott, Lily Rose)
June 28 Charlotte, NC Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre (Dylan Scott, Lily Rose)
June 29 Wilmington, NC Live Oak Bank Pavilion (Dylan Scott, Lily Rose)
July 11 Phoenix, AZ Arizona Financial Theatre (Dylan Scott, Restless Road)
July 12 Inglewood, CA YouTube Theater (Dylan Scott, Restless Road)
July 13 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center (Dylan Scott, Restless Road)
July 19 Idaho Falls, ID Hero Arena Inside Mountain America (Dylan Scott, Restless Road)
July 20 Bonner, MT KettleHouse Amphitheater (Dylan Scott, Restless Road)