Shelton sells out MSG and Hollywood Bowl
Friday, March 7, 2014
– Blake Shelton already sold out his shows at Madison Square Garden in New York and the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles as part of his Ten Times Crazier Tour 2014, he announced today.
This marks Shelton's first time headlining both venues.
I'm in LA to film The Voice, and I drive by the Hollywood Bowl on my way to the set. It is such an iconic venue in LA and I have wanted to perform there for a long time," Shelton said. "Then there is Madison Square Garden. Hands down, there is not one artist who doesn't dream about playing Madison Square Garden its mind blowing to think I'm performing at Madison Square Garden and the Hollywood Bowl let alone selling them out. I'm incredibly thankful for my fans selling out both these shows so fast. I promise the band and I will bring you a show you won't forget. I love you guys."
The 20-plus date Ten Times Crazier Tour 2014 kicks off in June. He will also be headlining various fairs and festivals throughout the U.S. and Canada.
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