Darius Rucker Brings Flavor to “Southern Style Tour” – Leads All-Star Lineup

June 25, 2015

Going country has proved to be good for the superstar Darius Rucker. Ever since he made the switch from rock and R&B, the artist has produced six number one singles and scored four hit albums. The phenomenal crooner and guitarist has now graduated to headliner status and is selling out arenas on his “Southern Style Tour”. The extravagant trek started in May from New Jersey and initially includes 30 stops. Joining him on the tour are his three favorite newcomers – Brett Eldredge, Brothers Osborne, A Thousand Horses.

Rucker is touring in support of his fourth studio album “Southern Style”, which has been praised as an easygoing and warm effort. Featuring low sung ballads and done-home anthems, Darius Rucker shines through as a reborn rock star. The Grammy winning artist along with his opening acts has been packing venues on the tour so far. Capacity crowd has been recorded in most of his concerts and same is being expected for his upcoming shows as well. Darius Rucker tickets are in great demand and for some cities where the tickets are sold out, another waiting list has been added.

On August 22, Darius Rucker, Brett Eldredge, Brothers Osborne & A Thousand Horses will rock the stage at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia. On our, average ticket price for the show is $187, which is also the most expensive event of the tour. Atlantic City will host the second most expensive show, tickets averaging at $174. Rucker’s fans in Virginia Beach are lucky as tickets to the show at Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach are relatively low priced, available for $92 on linked site.

Darius Rucker has been treating the fans to his new numbers as well as giving them a taste of rendition of his previous hits like “Hold My Hand”. He has given the hit tune a country makeover and invited his tour openers, Eldredge, Brothers Osborne & A Thousand Horses to perform along with him. And the fans have responded to the song, giving it a standing ovation.

Rucker is also slated to perform at the Musikfest, where he will be sharing the stage with Cassadee Pope. Average ticket price for the event on our site is $190. Check the complete schedule for the tour dates and festivals that Rucker will be rocking this season.

October 8. – Darius Rucker @ Rosemont – Allstate Arena | Average Ticket Price: $117.65 | Get In Price: $42
October 9. – Darius Rucker @ Dayton – EJ Nutter Center | Average Ticket Price: $120.45 | Get In Price: $53
October 10. – Darius Rucker & David Nail @ Youngstown – Covelli Centre (Formerly Chevrolet Centre) | Average Ticket Price: $110.12 | Get In Price: $47
October 15. – Darius Rucker @ Topeka – Kansas Expocentre | Average Ticket Price: $141.1 | Get In Price: $44
October 16. – Darius Rucker @ Lincoln – Pinnacle Bank Arena | Average Ticket Price: $160.95 | Get In Price: $58
October 17. – Darius Rucker @ Sioux City – Tyson Events Center – Gateway Arena | Average Ticket Price: $187.85 | Get In Price: $62
October 22. – Darius Rucker @ Syracuse – War Memorial At Oncenter | Average Ticket Price: $138.94 | Get In Price: $62
October 23. – Darius Rucker @ Albany – Times Union Center | Average Ticket Price: $142.02 | Get In Price: $77
October 24. – Darius Rucker @ Uncasville – Mohegan Sun Arena – CT | Average Ticket Price: $219.26 | Get In Price: $85
November 12. – Darius Rucker @ Bemidji – The Sanford Center (Formerly Bemidji Regional Event Center) | Average Ticket Price: $164.87 | Get In Price: $65
November 13. – Darius Rucker @ Green Bay – Resch Center | Average Ticket Price: $245.29 | Get In Price: $112
November 14. – Darius Rucker @ Moline – I Wireless Center | Average Ticket Price: $138.09 | Get In Price: $43
November 19. – Darius Rucker @ Grand Rapids – Van Andel Arena | Average Ticket Price: $119.96 | Get In Price: $50

1 Comment

  • Adam says:

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