Win Tickets to See Chase Rice’s 2017-2018 Lambs & Lions Tour!
Rice’s Lambs & Lions Tour will begin on Sept. 14 in Boone, N.C., and is currently scheduled to run into early February. There are more than 30 stops scheduled during the trek, and The Boot has two pairs of tickets to give away to each of the following shows:
- Sept. 15 — Raleigh, N.C. @ Ritz
- Sept. 28 — St. Paul, Minn. @ Myth
- Oct. 13 — Dallas, Texas @ House of Blues
- Oct. 26 — Memphis, Tenn. @ Minglewood Hall
- Oct. 28 — Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Criterion
- Nov. 2 — Huntington, N.Y. @ Paramount
- Nov. 3 — Cleveland, Ohio @ House of Blues
- Nov. 4 — Cincinnati, Ohio @ Bogart’s
- Nov. 9 — Phoenix, Ariz. @ Van Buren
- Jan. 19 — Boston, Mass. @ House of Blues
- Jan. 20 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ Fillmore
- Jan. 25 — St. Louis, Mo. @ Pageant
- Jan. 27 — Detroit, Mich. @ Fillmore
- Feb. 2 — Silver Spring, Md. @ Fillmore
- Feb. 8 — Orlando, Fla. @ House of Blues
- Feb. 10 — Atlanta, Ga. @ Buckhead Theatre
Earn entries into a drawing for tickets to the concert of your choice by following The Boot, Rice and our partner Live Nation on Twitter and Instagram, visiting us on Facebook or signing up for our mailing lists. Enter as many times as you want; the more activities you complete, the more entries you earn! After the contest ends on Aug. 27 at 11:59PM ET, we’ll select a total of two winners per show, and each winner will receive one pair of tickets. Be sure to read The Boot’s official contest rules before entering, and good luck!
Rice’s 2017-2018 Lambs & Lions Tour includes dates throughout the United States, in Illinois, Texas, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and more. Joining Rice on the trek dates will be Travis Denning, Jacob Davis, Brooke Eden, Filmore and Sam Riggs.
After ending his partnership with Columbia Nashville, Rice announced in June that he has signed with BBR Music Group’s Broken Bow Records label. Lambs & Lions is the title of his next album, which was produced by Chris DeStefano, Mac MacAnally and Jacquire King; it is due out on Sept. 29.
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