Big & Rich head north of the border
Tuesday, December 18, 2007
– Big & Rich embark on their first Canadian tour for 10 dates, beginning in early January 2008 in support of their current album, "Between Raising Hell And Amazing Grace." Set to co-headline for the duo are Sony BMG's Terri Clark and Montage Music's Emerson Drive.
"Between Raising Hell And Amazing Grace" debuted at number one on the country charts and features the first number one single and fastest rising single of the duo's career, "Lost In This Moment."
Canadian tour dates are as follows:
Jan. 9 Prince George, BC CN Centre
Jan. 11 Vancouver, BC Pacific Coliseum
Jan. 12 Kelowna, BC Prospera Place
Jan. 14 Edmonton, AB Rexall Place
Jan. 15 Grande Prairie, AB Crystal Centre
Jan. 16 Red Deer, AB Enmax Centrium Arena
Jan. 17 Lethbridge, AB Enmax Centre
Jan. 19 Regina, SK Credit Union Centre
Jan. 21 Winnipeg, MB MTS Centre
Tickets for all Canadian dates are $65.50 and $45.50 and can be purchased through Livenation.com.
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