Thomas Rhett Postpones Three Shows Due To Illness

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Due to an undisclosed illness, Thomas Rhett has rescheduled three concert dates for this week. Check out the changes and new dates here!

According to All Access, country music singer-songwriter Thomas Rhett has been forced to postpone three shows on his Home Team Tour this week due to illness. His St. Paul, Minnesota (10/26), Brookings, South Dakota (10/27), and Omaha, Nebraska (10/28) concerts have already been rescheduled.

The new dates are as follows:

St. Paul, MN-  November 29th

Brookings, SD- December 1st

Omaha, NE- December 2nd

All tickets will be honored for the new dates and any ticketing questions should be directed toward the original point of purchase. Keep up with the “Unforgettable” singer’s tour schedule here.

We hope he recovers quickly and that he doesn’t pass whatever it is to his wife Lauren Akins and young daughters, Willa Gray and Ada James!

Next spring, the Georgia native will be joining Kenny Chesney on his highly-anticipated 2018 Trip Around The Sun Tour. Also joining the tour are country music group Old Dominion and newcomer Brandon Lay.

“There’s nothing like a stadium full of people coming together to remind you what life’s about,” Chesney shared about hitting the road. “The energy, the moments, the fun. Every single one of these artists who’re coming out with us for Trip Around the Sun live their lives the exact same way: they work hard, they appreciate what they’re given and they love music every bit as much as they love life. I, personally, can’t wait to see this show hit the road.”

2018 already looks huge 🤘🏼pumped to join @kennychesney on his #TripAroundTheSun stadium tour! Home Team presale starts at noon local time TODAY – all dates & presale info on the Home Team App

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2018 Trip Around the Sun Tour Schedule

April 21 – Raymond James Stadium: Tampa, FL

April 28 – Miller Park: Milwaukee, WI

May 5 – US Bank Stadium: Minneapolis, MN

May 19 – AT&T Stadium: Arlington, TX

May 26 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium: Atlanta, GA

June 2 – Heinz Field: Pittsburgh, PA

June 9 – Lincoln Financial Field: Philadelphia, PA

June 16 – Mapfre Stadium: Columbus, OH

June 23 – Chase Field: Phoenix, AZ

June 30 – Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium: Denver, CO

July 7 – Centurylink Field: Seattle, WA

July 14 – Arrowhead Stadium: Kansas City, MO

July 21 – Busch Stadium: Saint Louis, MO

July 28 – Soldier Field: Chicago, IL

August 4 – Ford Field: Detroit, MI

August 11 – Nissan Stadium: Nashville, TN

August 18 – MetLife Stadium: East Rutherford, NJ

August 24 – Gillette Stadium: Foxboro, MA

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