Rascal Flatts celebrates ten million tickets sold

The trio was presented with a commemorative ticket for the feat

One of the hottest-selling touring acts in the genre, superstar vocal group, Rascal Flatts celebrated a major career milestone of ten million tickets sold following a rousing run of headlining shows this past weekend. The group was presented with a commemorative ticket at their show in Hartford, CT on Saturday night (Aug 13th) to recognize the occasion.

Rascal Flatts is currently out on the road as part of their headlining Rhythm And Roots Tour which critics continue to praise. The Charlotte Observer declared “there’s a reason why Rascal Flatts can still fill up concert venues… they have this live performance bit down to a science without losing any of the enthusiasm or the heart,” and St. Louis Post Dispatch raved that the crowd “got what they came for and have come to expect from the country-pop trio: an always energetic, very entertaining 90 minutes or so of hits and banter.”

Rascal Flatts has sold over 23.1 million albums, over 31 million digital downloads worldwide, as well as earning over 40 trophies from the ACAs, ACMs, AMAs, CMAs, People’s Choice Awards and more, making them the best-selling and most awarded country group of the past decade. The trio recently added to their many accolades, scoring their 16th #1 single with the summer anthem “I Like The Sound Of That” (Big Machine Records). They will continue their Rascal Flatts: Rhythm And Roots Tour through the fall, where they will be joined by red-hot newcomers Kelsea Ballerini and Chris Lane.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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