Thomas Rhett Strikes GOLD with ‘Life Changes’

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Thoms Rhett's 2017 record, Life Changes, recently went GOLD by selling more than 500,000 copies. Read more about Rhett's successful album here...

Late last week, country music star Thomas Rhett was celebrating his 8th and 9th No. 1 hits with his friends and family back in Nashville, Tennessee. “Craving You” and “Unforgettable” were the country singer’s most recent chart-toppers. That night, Rhett heard his 2017 album, Life Changes, went GOLD!

photo: Big Machine Label Group
Life Changes is Rhett’s third full-length record and was the first Country release to debut at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart. Of course, the album was also nominated for ‘Best Country Album’ at the 2018 Grammy Awards. The accompanying Life Changes Tour begins in April. Check out his 2018 tour dates and locations below. Hopefully he will come to a venue near you!

Life Changes Tour Schedule

April 5 – Bok Center – Tulsa, Oklahoma
April 6 – United Supermarket Arena – Lubbock, Texas
April 7 – NMSU Pan American Center – Las Cruces, New Mexico
April 19 – James Brown Arena – Augusta, Georgia
April 20 – Daily’s Place – Jacksonville, Florida
April 21 – Raymond James Stadium – Tampa, Florida
April 28 – Miller Park – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
May 3 – Alerus Center – Grand Forks, North Dakota
May 4 – Bismarck Event Center – Bismarck, North Dakota
May 5 – US Bank Stadium – Minneapolis, Minnesota
May 17 – Cajundome, Lafayette, Louisiana
May 18 – Centurylink Center – Bossier City, Louisiana
May 19 – AT&T Stadium – Dallas, Texas
May 26 – Mercedes Benz Stadium – Atlanta, Georgia
June 1 – 2018 Rock The South – Cullman, Alabama
June 2 – Heinz Field – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
June 8 – Toyota Taste of Country 2018 – Buffalo, New York
June 9 – Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
June 16 – Mapfre Stadium – Columbus, Ohio
June 23 – Chase Field – Phoenix, Arizona
June 30 – Sports Authority Field at Mile High – Denver, Colorado
July 7 – CenturyLink Field – Seattle, Washington
July 14 – Arrowhead Stadium – Kansas City, Missouri
July 21 – Busch Stadium – St. Louis, Missouri
July 28 – Soldier Field – Chicago, Illinois
August 3 – Big Valley Jamboree – Camrose, Canada
August 4 – Ford Field – Detroit, Michigan
August 11 – Nissan Stadium – Nashville, Tennessee
August 12 – Boots and Hearts 2018 – Oro-Medonte, Canada
August 18 – Metlife Stadium – East Rutherford, New Jersey
September 13 – Cross Insurance Center – Bangor, Maine
September 20 – SNHU Arena – Manchester, New Hampshire
September 21 – OnCenter War Memorial Arena – Syracuse, New York
September 22 – Times Union Center – Albany, New York
September 27 – Bryce Jordan Center – University Park, Pennsylvania
September 28 – Charleston Civic Center – Charleston, West Virginia
September 29 – John Paul Jones Arena – Charlottesville, Virginia
October 5 – The Huntington Center – Toledo, Ohio
October 6 – Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, Michigan
October 11 – Verizon Arena – Little Rock, Arkansas
October 12 – Chesapeake Energy Arena – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
October 13 – Pinnacle Bank Arena – Lincoln, Nebraska
October 18 – Matthew Knight Arena – Eugene, Oregon
October 19 – Ford Idaho Center – Boise, Idaho
October 20 – Vivint Smart Home Arena – Salt Lake City, Utah
October 25 – Honda Center – Anaheim, California
October 26 – The Forum – Inglewood, California
October 27 – Golden 1 Center – Sacramento, California

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