Kenny Rogers Nashville Tickets
Kenny Rogers is saying goodbye to his musical fans in one of the most bittersweet events of the year: a farewell tour. He is accompanied by some of the closest friends he has made over the years in the business, with country superstars all the way from Dolly Parton to Little Big Town booked up to perform on these shows as well. This tour is the last chance for the maestro’s fans to witness his live performances and his announced shows are getting sold out with each passing day. Thankfully, Kenny Rogers Nashville tickets are still available for his stopover at the Bridgestone Arena this October.
A Songwriter Hall of Famer, Rogers’ soul-piercing lyrics and age-defying voice have entertained audiences for more than half a century. Now, however, the singer has decided to bid his loving fans farewell with an extensive American tour which will end on Christmas, 2017. At 79 years, Rogers has decided to retire from music and give time to his family.
The tour is set to feature a number of country music’s biggest artists including Little Big Town and Elle King who will pay homage to Rogers. Another aspect to the show which has fans extremely excited is that Dolly Parton, Rogers’ longtime collaborator will be a part of the show as well. The two have sung multiple duets over the years which have remained fan favorites to date. The two will sing all of these duets, which is expected to be one of the most nostalgic moments of the evening.
Dolly Parton is part of the lineup at the Bridgestone Arena show this October. Kenny Rogers Nashville tickets for this event are available and you should book yours now!
Bidding Goodbye to a Legendary Career
Kenny Rogers has built an exemplary career from scratch over the course of the last five decades. Having started off with years of marginal successes playing in an array of bands, it is only when the singer gained the opportunity to begin a solo career did his fame really kick off. Songs such as “Love Lifted Me” and “The Gambler” have become timeless classics, resonating with newer generations as they did with youngsters in the 80’s when they were first released.