Darius Rucker has announced that he’s taking the show on the road, touring behind his third chart-topping country album, “True Believers.”
The show will stop at the North Charleston Coliseum on Feb. 20 after kicking off on Jan. 29 in Champaign, Ill.
Rucker has had a banner year with the release of his third country album, which features the hit single “Wagon Wheel.” Arguably one of the most applauded singles of the year, the singer has earned multiple nominations from the Country Music Awards and Academy of Country Music.
Rucker will perform during the 47th annual CMA Awards, which airs live on Nov. 6, and on CMA Country Christmas, which will air on Dec. 2. Both specials will air on the ABC Television Network.
Joining Rucker on the True Believers Tour will be the Eli Young Band with special guest David Nail.
Tickets go on sale Nov. 15, with an exclusive pre-sale available beginning Nov. 7 on dariusrucker.com.
Rucker is teaming up with Tickets-for-Charity and CMT One Country to offer premium seats to benefit the USO and Pattison’s Academy, a Mount Pleasant organization that aims to improve the quality of life for children with multiple disabilities, available exclusively at www.ticketsforcharity.com.
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