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Rhett takes one for the Home Team

Thursday, November 3, 2022 – r Thomas Rhett will join the home teams of 40 cities next summer, today revealing U.S. tour dates for his Home Team Tour 23, produced by Live Nation, presented by Dos Primos Tequila and Fueled by Marathon. Known for his "bombastic, good time energy".

After kicking off 2023 in Canada, the summer tour will begin May 4 in Des Moines, Ia. at Wells Fargo Arena with Cole Swindell and Nate Smith, and end at Rhett's home team's Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Sept. 29.

Pre-sale tickets first go on sale to Home Team Members and Citi cardmembers on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Card members can start purchasing tickets at noon local time until Thursday, Nov. 10 at 10 p.m. local time. Tickets to the public go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 11.

"Being on the road is one of my favorite places to be," said Rhett. "I can't wait to see the joy on y'alls faces next year and with my buddies Cole Swindell and Nate Smith. We're definitely gonna have a good time."

Rhett shared a light-hearted video revealing jerseys to celebrate the many tour destinations during a mock press conference.

Tour dates are:
May 4 - Des Moines, IA - Wells Fargo Arena
May 5 - Peoria, IL - Peoria Civic Center Arena
May 6 - Indianapolis, IN - Gainbridge Fieldhouse
May 18 - Omaha, NE - CHI Health Center
May 19 - Kansas City, MO - T-Mobile Center
May 20 - St. Louis, MO - Enterprise Center
June 8 - Albany, NY - MVP Arena
June 9 - Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun Arena
June 10 - Uncasville, CT - Mohegan Sun Arena
June 15 - Tupelo, MS - Cadence Bank Arena
June 16 - Lafayette, LA - CAJUNDOME
June 17 - Bossier City, LA - Brookshire Grocery Arena
June 22 -Lexington, KY - Rupp Arena
June 23 - Charleston, WV - Charleston Coliseum
July 6 - Buffalo, NY - KeyBank Center
July 7 - Wilkes-Barre, PA - Mohegan Sun Arena
July 8 - Boston, MA - TD Garden
July 13 - Biloxi, MS - Mississippi Coast Coliseum
July 14 - Greenville, SC - Bon Secours Wellness Arena
July 15 - Knoxville, TN - Thompson-Boling Arena
July 20 - Greensboro, NC - Greensboro Coliseum
July 21 - Baltimore, MD - CFG Bank Arena
July 22 - Belmont Park, NY - UBS Arena
July 27 - St. Paul, MN - Xcel Energy Center
July 28 - Chicago, IL - United Center
July 29 - Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena
Aug. 3 - Dallas, TX - American Airlines Center
Aug. 4 - Houston, TX - Toyota Center
Aug. 5 - Austin, TX - Moody Center
Aug. 17 - Oklahoma City, OK - Paycom Center
Aug. 18 - Wichita, KS - INTRUST Bank Arena
Aug. 19 - Denver, CO - Ball Arena
Sept. 14 - Estero, FL - Hertz Arena
Sept. 15 - Jacksonville, FL - VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
Sept. 16 - Orlando, FL - Amway Center
Sept. 21 - Charlottesville, VA - John Paul Jones Arena
Sept. 22 - State College, PA - Bryce Jordan Center
Sept. 23 - Toledo, OH - Huntington Center
Sept. 28 - Birmingham, AL - The Legacy Arena at The BJCC
Sept. 29 - Nashville, TN - Bridgestone Arena


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