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Rhett announces summer tour

Monday, November 19, 2018 – Thomas Rhett announced today his Very Hot Summer Tour with special guests Dustin Lynch, Russell Dickerson and Rhett Akins.

"We literally just closed out our 2018 tour in the U.K. last week, and I'm already thinking about next year's tour," said Thomas Rhett. "I'm glad we have the winter to plan and come up with some crazy stuff for next year because I can't think of a better way to spend the summer than out on the road with my fans. And, I get to bring my dad and two of my favorite artists in country music along for the ride."

Tour dates are:
May 17 Spokane, WA**
May 18 Tacoma, WA**
May 25 Orange Beach, AL
May 26 Orange Beach, AL
13 Virginia Beach, VA
June 14 Charlotte, NC
June 15 Bristow, VA
June 20 Detroit, MI
June 21 Indianapolis, IN
June 28 Dallas, TX
June 29 Houston, TX
July11 Toronto, ON
July12 Pittsburgh, PA
July19 Darien Center, NY
July20 Hershey, PA
Aug. 1 Philadelphia, PA
Aug. 2 Boston, MA
Aug. 3 Holmdel, NJ
Aug. 8 Raleigh, NC
Aug. 9 Cincinnati, OH
Aug. 10 Atlanta, GA
Aug. 15 Rogers, AR
Aug. 16 Southaven, MS
Aug. 17 Birmingham, AL
Sept. 5 Sioux Falls, SD
Sept. 6 Des Moines, IA
Sept. 7 St. Paul, MN
Sept. 12 Kansas City, MO
Sept. 13 St. Louis, MO
Sept. 14 Chicago, IL
Sept. 19 Bridgeport, CT
Sept. 20 New York, NY
Sept. 21 Albany, NY
Oct. 3 Greenville, SC
Oct. 4 Jacksonville, TN
Oct. 5 Orlando, FL
Oct. 10 Knoxville, TN
Oct. 11 Louisville, KY
Oct. 12 Nashville, TN

** Shows without Russell Dickerson and Rhett Akins

The tour starts May 17 in Spokane, Wash. Initial public on-sales are scheduled for Nov. 30 beginning at 10 a.m. local time at thomasrhett.com. Fans can also purchase tickets for additional select cities beginning Friday, Jan. 25 as part of Live Nation's Country Megaticket at www.Megaticket.com. More dates will be added.

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