MercyMe vocalist Bart Millard explains why the tour’s founding band is sitting out the upcoming excursion.
“The Roadshow still remains our vision and baby, but we thought it was time for us to take a year off and allow other great bands like Skillet and Third Day to join in the fun,” said Millard. “We know fans will continue to support The Roadshow with these great artists. And, don’t worry, we’ll be back on the tour again.”
Here’s the itinerary, which includes a few TBA gigs.
Jan. 9 – Sacramento, Calif., Sleep Train Arena
Jan. 10 – Portland, Ore., Moda Center
Jan. 11 – Spokane, Wash., Spokane Arena
Jan. 12 – Tacoma, Wash., Tacoma Dome
Jan. 16 – San Jose, Calif., SAP Center At San Jose
Jan. 17 – Anaheim, Calif., Honda Center
Jan. 18 – Phoenix, Ariz., US Airways Center
Jan. 19 – Las Cruces, N.M., Pan American Center
Jan. 23 – TBA
Jan. 24 – Dallas, Texas, American Airlines Center
Jan. 25 – TBA
Jan. 26 – Omaha, Neb., Omaha Civic Auditorium
Jan. 30 – Madison, Wis., Alliant Energy Center Mem. Coliseum
Jan. 31 – Louisville, Ky., KFC Yum! Center
Feb. 1 – Ypsilanti, Mich., EMU Convocation Ctr.
Feb. 6 – Springfield, Mo., JQH Arena
Feb. 7 – Mobile, Ala., Mitchell Center
Feb. 8 – Bossier City, La., CenturyLink Center
Feb. 9 – Lubbock, Texas, United Spirit Arena
Feb. 14 – Fresno, Calif., Save Mart Center
Feb. 15 – Las Vegas, Nev., Thomas & Mack Center
Feb. 16 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Maverik Center
An announcement notes that the dates are subject to change and the lineup may vary in select markets.
Tickets go on sale Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets are $10 at the venue box office, whether you choose to purchase them in advance or at the door. Tickets purchased online or by phone are priced at $20. As for additional service fees, The Roadhouse is covering those costs.
For more information visit TheRoadshowTour.com.