Thomas Rhett Plots U.S. Trek

Thomas Rhett
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Thomas Rhett just played his first headline arena tour this year, and he must have liked the experience because he has booked two more runs in the U.S.  Brett Young is joining for all of the shows and Jillian Jacqueline, Carly Pearce, Russell Dickerson and

The first new run kicks off in Tulsa, Okla.’s BOK Center April 5 with Jillian Jacqueline. Carly Pearce takes over opening duties for two shows April 19-20 in Augusta, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., respectively. The run closes with four shows featuring Russell Dickerson, the last of which is in Bossier City, La., May 18.

The second leg is several months later, starting Sept. 13 in Bangor, Maine, with Midland opening. Most of this portion includes Midland, though the Oct. 26 gig at Forum in Inglewood, Calif., has a TBA scheduled for the opening slot. The last date for Rhett is currently Oct. 27 in Sacramento, Calif.’s Golden 1 Center.

Initial presales are on now and the first general onsale begins Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. local time. A press release from Rhett promises there will be more ticketing information coming in the near future.

Rhett is still pushing tunes off his recently-released third studio album, Life Changes. His next scheduled gig is at the CMA Awards at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville Nov. 8, followed by a run through the U.K.  with Old Dominion.  

This year has been a good one for Rhett. He has reported more than $6 million grossed and more than 150,000 tickets moved, bringing along artists like Kelsea Ballerini, Ryan Hurd and Dickerson on his first headline run.

For all things Thomas Rhett tour-related, look no further than his Pollstar artist page