Best Seats to see
Upcoming Events Calendar
Apr 05Fri . 03:30 AM
Tortuga Music Festival - 3 Day Pass with Lainey Wilson, Jason Aldean, Hardy, and more!Fort Lauderdale Beach Park, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Apr 05Fri . 04:30 AM
Rock The Country - Gonzales (2 Day Pass) with Kid Rock, Jason Aldean, Hank Williams Jr., and moreLamar Dixon Expo Center, Gonzales, LA
Apr 11Thu . 06:30 AM
Country Thunder - Arizona (4 Day Pass) with Lainey Wilson, Eric Church, Jelly Roll, Koe Wetzel, and more!Country Thunder Fairgrounds - Florence, Florence, AZ
Apr 14Sun . 06:30 AM
Country Thunder - Arizona (Sunday) with Koe Wetzel, Randy Houser, Diamond Rio, and more!Country Thunder Fairgrounds - Florence, Florence, AZ
Apr 17Wed . 11:00 PM
Koe Wetzel with Tanner UsreyYouTube Theater, Inglewood, CA
Apr 18Thu . 09:30 PM
Koe WetzelDignity Health Amphitheatre, Bakersfield, CA
Apr 19Fri . 11:00 PM
Koe Wetzel with Tanner UsreyVina Robles Amphitheatre, Paso Robles, CA
Apr 20Sat . 11:00 PM
Koe WetzelCal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU, San Diego, CA
May 09Thu . 11:58 AM
Welcome to Rockville - (4 Day Pass)Daytona International Speedway, Daytona Beach, FL
May 10Fri . 03:30 AM
Rock The Country - Rome (2 Day Pass) with Kid Rock, Jason Aldean, Koe Wetzel, and moreKingston Downs, Rome, GA
Starting out in places like the Blue Light Live in Lubbock, Texas, Wetzel's performances have always been about creating an experience that's communal and raw. With a capacity of around 500, these early venues offered a glimpse into Wetzel's magnetic draw. You can feel the weight of every lyric and the buzz of every guitar string in such intimate settings. For the best seats in these smaller venues, front-row tables are the gold standard, but honestly, there's not a bad seat in the house.
Scaling up, Wetzel has taken his energetic shows to places like the Fillmore in Charlotte, North Carolina. At these larger venues, where seating can accommodate upwards of 2,000, strategy comes into play. The best seats often include mid-level balconies that offer an unobstructed view without compromising on audio quality. These are hot commodities and go fast, so it's advisable to book well in advance.
Through the years, Wetzel's music and stage presence have caught the eye of several industry titans. He's shared the bill with performers like Parker McCollum and Cody Johnson. Each collaboration has brought something new to his shows—whether it's a fresh musical arrangement or an inspired, impromptu duet. Wetzel's roots run deep in the Texas music scene, but his appeal is broad, showing that geographic boundaries are irrelevant when the music is this relatable.
Now, let's talk money. For Wetzel's earlier shows at small venues, ticket prices usually hovered around the $20 to $50 range. However, as his popularity has soared, ticket prices have understandably climbed. At larger venues like the Fillmore, prices can fluctuate from $50 to upwards of $150, depending on the seat. VIP experiences, which often come with exclusive merch or early venue access, are another option for the superfan but can easily run you $200 or more.
Wetzel's rise in the country music world has been rapid but well-earned, driven by a combination of raw talent, magnetic stage presence, and an unapologetically authentic approach to his craft. Whether you find yourself in a small venue where the beer flows like water, or a larger arena with state-of-the-art acoustics, Wetzel's concerts offer an experience that's both intimate and expansive. Prioritize seating based on the kind of experience you're after, but remember: good music sounds great from any vantage point, and Koe Wetzel's music is more than just good—it's an experience that stays with you long after the final chord has been struck.