Rascal Flatts Headed Back to Las Vegas for ‘A Night to Shine’ Shows
Rascal Flatts are headed back to Las Vegas! The country trio has announced a series of shows at the Venetian hotel and casino, scheduled for October.
Dubbed Rascal Flatts -- A Night to Shine, Rascal Flatts' 2017 Sin City concerts are scheduled for Oct. 6, 7, 11, 13, 14, 18, 20 and 21; all shows will take place at 8PM at the Venetian's Venetian Theatre, an 1,800-seat venue.
“Vegas just keeps pulling us back in,” says Gary LeVox in a press release. “Our previous two residencies were such an amazing experience and opportunity to connect with our fans on a more intimate level. I think moving over to the Venetian will provide a totally different setting and fan experience that we’re really excited about!”
Previously, Rascal Flatts had a residency at the Joint, a venue inside Las Vegas' Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Those shows, dubbed the Rascal Flatts Vegas Riot! and the Rhythm & Roots residency, took place in 2015 and 2016, respectively.
Tickets for Rascal Flatts -- A Night to Shine will go on sale on June 2 at 10AM PT and will cost $49 plus fees; a limited number of VIP packages will also be available. Tickets will be available through Ticketmaster.com or Venetian.com, or via phone at 702-414-9000 or 866-641-7469. Rascal Flatts fan club members, American Express cardholders, Graie loyalty members, SiriusXM subscribers and LiveNation and Ticketmaster customers will all have pre-sale access in the days leading up to the public onsale.
On Friday (May 19), Rascal Flatts released their newest studio album, Back to Us. LeVox tells The Boot that the album "is a wonderful representation of where we are right now in our careers."
"It’s got amazing uptempo songs. It’s got huge power ballads on it. It’s got a Chris Stapleton tune [“Vandalized”] ... We have a duet with Lauren Alaina on there [“Are You Happy Now”], on a song that we wrote," LeVox adds. "It just captures where we started, where we have been and where we’re going, all in one record.”
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