After treating fans with Rascal Flatts tickets for the opening two dates of their Rewind tour to a hit-packed and star-studded set a fortnight ago, the multi-platinum country trio will begin the summer leg of their latest North American trek tonight.
Gary LeVox and co., who reached No.5 on the Billboard charts earlier this month with their ninth studio effort, Rewind, will first take to the stage at Wantagh’s Nikon at Jones Beach Theater – tickets for which are available on TicketIQ at a get-in price of $53 and an average price of $134.
Joined by acclaimed singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow and Nashville three-piece Gloriana, the band will then visit the likes of Holmdel’s PNC Bank Arts Center on June 22 ($39/$207), Spring’s The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on July 13 ($28/$199) and Bristow’s Jiffy Lube Live on August 2 ($34/$192) before wrapping up at Clarkston’s DTE Energy Music Theatre on September 21 ($92/$207).
With an overall average price of $144, there are still hundreds of Rascal Flatts tickets available for most dates on TicketIQ with the gigs at Raleigh’s Walnut Creek Amphitheatre on Jul 25 ($18/$135) and Atlanta’s Aarons Amphitheatre at Lakewood on Sept 11 ($18/$164) currently the lowest get-in price and the Jun 15 show at Bonner Springs’ Cricket Wireless Amphitheater the cheapest average price at $106 (get-in price $37).
Rascal Flatts will also perform headline sets at the Winstock Country Music Festival on Jun 13 and Dapuhin’s Country Fest on Jun 29 as well as appearing alongside Sara Evans, Lorrie Morgan and Charley Pride at the Grand Ole Opry on Jun 6 ($74/$110).
Alongside all the highlights from their latest album, those with Rascal Flatts tickets can also look forward to hearing their biggest US hit “What Hurts The Most,” their country number ones “Fast Cars and Freedom,” “These Days” and “Stand” and covers of Motley Crue’s “Kickstart My Heart” and Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s “Bless The Broken Road.” While the tour’s first two dates also featured collaborations with support acts Crow (“Picture,” “My Wish”) and Gloriana (“Life Is A Highway”).