Darius Rucker has announced dates for an intimate 2022 theater tour. The short 12-date tour will kick on on February 17th in Philadelphia at The Met, and will run until April 1st for the tour closer in New Orleans at the Saenger Theatre. In between, Rucker will make stops in Pittsburgh, Columbus, Boston, New York, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Chicago and Detroit.
Several dates on the tour, including stops in Philadelphia, New York, Minneapolis, Indianapolis and New Orleans, are requiring either a health check or proof of a COVID-19 vaccination.
Where To Buy Darius Rucker Tickets
Primary market face-value tickets go on sale through Ticketmaster on Friday, November 5th at 10 a.m. local time.
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How Much Are Darius Rucker Tour Tickets
Tickets are available on the secondary market for most upcoming dates, and prices start in the $70 to $90 range for most dates. However, there are a handful of lesser expensive stops on the tour that start at in the $51-$68 range. The most expensive stop on the tour is the February 18th in Pittsburgh, where ticket prices start at $94. For most dates, ticket prices can go as high as $1,000+ for seats located closest to the stage.
Darius Rucker Tour DatesFebruary 17: Philadelphia, Pa. – The Met
February 18: Pittsburgh, Pa. – The Benedum Center
February 19: Columbus, Ohio – Palace Theatre
February 24: Boston, Mass. – Boch Center Wang Theatre
February 25: New York, N.Y. – Beacon Theatre
March 3: Milwaukee, Wis. – Riverside Theater
March 4: Minneapolis, Minn. – The Orpheum Theatre
March 17: St. Louis, Mo. – The Fabulous Fox Theatre
March 18: Indianapolis, Ind. – Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
March 24: Chicago, Ill. – Chicago Theatre
March 25: Detroit, Mich. – Fox Theatre
April 1: New Orleans, La. – Saenger Theatre