Thomas Rhett extends Home Team Tour to fall

Reigning ACM Awards Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett has announced additional dates for his “lively” (Tennessean) Home Team Tour, “one of the best country concerts of the year” (Peoria Journal Star). After launching his “forward thinking” (Sioux City Journal) debut headlining tour in February, Rhett also made his first headlining run in Canada before he is set to return overseas to Europe later this year. With 18 sell-outs already tallied for the tour, high demand has prompted additional fall dates as he works to “give the audience something they could only experience live” (PEOPLE). First fall dates are on sale now, with remaining show details rolling out over the coming weeks.

New tour dates include stops in San Diego, Evansville, Louisville, Wichita, Omaha, Manchester England, Glasglow and Belfast. Sold out dates feature Los Angeles, Alpharetta Georgia and London.

With “a sky-rocketing country career” (Today), Thomas Rhett is preparing for the highly-anticipated 2017 release of his third studio album, leading with the “driving, sexy” (Rolling Stone) Top 5 single “Craving You” featuring Maren Morris. The new music follows seven trips to the No. 1 position on the country radio charts and his platinum certified release Tangled Up Deluxe (The Valory Music Co.), which includes the 3X platinum GRAMMY-nominated six-week chart-topping smash “Die A Happy Man.” The record-breaking track garnered major trophies from the Country Music Association, Academy of Country Music, Billboard Music Awards and CMT Music Awards.

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Fall Dates:

Los Angeles, CA*
San Diego, CA
Evansville, IN
Louisville, KY
Alpharetta, GA*
North Charleston, SC
Fayetteville, NC
Bristow, VA
Columbia, SC
Pensacola, FL
Biloxi, MS
Columbia, MO
Wichita, KS
Springfield, MO
Brookings, SD
St. Paul, MN
Omaha, NE
London, UK*
Birmingham, UK
Manchester, UK
Glasgow, UK
Belfast, UK

*Sell-outs on fall leg so far

Author: Buddy Iahn

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