Keith heads Down Under
Tuesday, September 24, 2013
– Toby Keith announced today he would make his first ever appearances Down Under in March 2014.
Keith will also headline the 2014 CMC Rocks the Hunter festival at the Hope Estate in Hunter Valley.
Eli Young Band and Kellie Pickler will open the shows.
Rob Potts Entertainment Edge, Chugg Entertainment and Foxtel's Country Music Channel (CMC) are promoting the tour.
CEO of Entertainment Edge, Rob Potts said, "The outlaws of country music have always been huge with Aussie fans. No surprise this country started out as a convict settlement. So we know why the fans are so excited about Toby's first ever tour here. They love his...outlaw attitude and the fact that he doesn't take himself too seriously. We're super excited to have him touring in March and know the fans will go wild when he rolls out his incredible catalogue of hits. It's also terrific to welcome back Eli Young Band and to have Kellie Pickler on her first visit Down Under."
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