Sara Evans Tickets
American country singer-songwriter Sara Evans is rocking like never before. Her current band comprises of herself as the lead vocalist; Jim Bloodgood as the drummer; Matt Evans as bassist, band leader, and harmony vocalist; Billy McClaran as fiddler, acoustic guitarist, and harmony vocalist; Kris Donegan as acoustic and lead guitarist; and Brent Wilson as harmony vocalist, lead and acoustic guitarist and mandolin-player.
Sara Evans Tickets
- Sara Evans, Alan Jay Wildstein Center for the Performing Arts tickets for 01/26 07:00 PM at Alan Jay Wildstein Center for the Performing Arts,Avon Park, FL
- Sat Jan 26 2019
- Sara Evans, Florida Theatre Jacksonville tickets for 01/27 07:30 PM at Florida Theatre Jacksonville,Jacksonville, FL
- Sun Jan 27 2019
- Sara Evans, Ameristar Casino & Hotel - Kansas City tickets for 02/08 08:30 PM at Ameristar Casino & Hotel Kansas City,Kansas City, MO
- Fri Feb 08 2019
- Sara Evans, Frankenmuth Credit Union Event Center tickets for 02/15 07:30 PM at Frankenmuth Credit Union Event Center,Birch Run, MI
- Fri Feb 15 2019
- Sara Evans, Shooting Star Casino Hotel & Event Center tickets for 02/22 08:00 PM at Shooting Star Casino Hotel & Event Center,Mahnomen, MN
- Fri Feb 22 2019
- Sara Evans, Beacon Theatre - VA tickets for 03/08 06:30 PM at Beacon Theatre VA,Hopewell, VA
- Fri Mar 08 2019
Sara debuted with the song The Truth And Three Chords, which did not appear on the Top Forty hits on Hot Country Songs charts. She then released four studio albums No Place That Far, Born To Fly, Real Fine Place and Restless. While Real Fine Place earned the gold status from RIAA, the other three releases were certified platinum, and included the number one singles Real Fine Place to Begin, Suds in a Bucket, No Place that Far, and Born to Fly alongside top ten hits such as Cheatin, Perfect, I Keep Looking, and a cover of the Edwin McCain song Couldn’t Ask For More.
In 2007, she released her Greatest Hits album that produced the top fifteen hits As If, and You’ll Always Be Ma Baby. Her 2011 album, Stronger gave the chart-topping single A Little Bit Stronger, which she co-wrote with Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott. The songstress has won an award each from Dove Award, Broadcast Music Award, Country Music Award, Academy of Country Music and Billboard. Alongside attaining critical success, she has also won a huge dedicated following that chases after Sara Evans tickets whenever her shows are announced.
Sara Evans began her singing career in 1995 when she recorded demos that later impressed Nashville songwriter Harlan Howard, particularly her performance his track Tiger by the Tail. The songwriter decided to help Evans launch her singing career, leading her to a record deal with RCA Nashville, where she record to sing till today. She then released her debut album with three singles Shame About That,Ture Lies and a title track, none of which surfaced toe the top forty charts. Then in 1998, she issued her second album with the singles Cryin’ Game and No Place That Far, among which the latter have her a number one hit and she has been on the country front since.
Evans stayed busy performing in 2009 after SOAPnet and ABC Daytime sponsored a tour to be headlined by the artist, featuring performances all through the summer. In addition, her shows included appearances by soap performers, while alongside she took part playing on-air as well as on the networks in online promotions and interstitial campaigns. Towards the end of the year, she released an EP called I’ll Be Home By Christmas, comprising of four songs, which coincided with her Christmas tour. This EP included the title track along with the songs Go Say It On The Mountain, O Come Ye All Faithful, and a duet with country legend Brad Paisley, New Again.
By June 2010, Sara Evans debuted A Little Bit Stronger, the lead single from her sixth studio album on her fanclub party, and later released it on radio in September. Being among the few tracks on the album that was not co-written by her, it was pitched her way by Hillary Scott, and was included as the soundtrack on the 2010 movie Country Strong. It initially appeared on the fifty-sixth spot on us Billboard Hot Country Songs for a week in October and then peaked at the number one spot by May 2011. Evans also performed the hit in the finale of American ABC TV program Dancing with the Stars in its twelfth season. The song soon marked the singer’s first ever certified platinum single. The next single to be released in 2011, from the same album My Heart Cannot Tell You No, ultimately hit the twenty-first spot on country charts by early 2012. The same year, Evans issued her third official single of the same album called Anywhere, following which she soon entered the recording studio to work on her seventh offering.
The artist has announced a string of concerts, which given her talent for playing live, are not to be missed. Grab your Sara Evans tickets here.
SARA EVANS NEWS AND UPDATES
Sara Evans all set for her 15 headlining shows on the All the Love tour
Sara Evans released Words in 2017 with songs written mostly on women, now she has announced her plans for 2018. The country music star will be embarking on her All the Love Tour on February 12 in New York City and the shows continue till April 7. “I absolutely love that CMT champions female artists with the Next Women of Country Tour and am so honored to be headlining it in 2018,” says Evans. This tour is in collaboration with CMT for its 4th annual Next Women of Country Tour. Joining her on this tour as special guests are RaeLynn and Kalie Shorr
Sara Evans Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Sara Evans's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Avon Park at the Alan Jay Wildstein Center for the Performing Arts on 26-Jan-19, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Baton Rouge at the L'Auberge Casino & Hotel Baton Rouge on 5-Apr-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Sara Evans||Alan Jay Wildstein Center for the Performing Arts||Avon Park, FL||Sat Jan 26 201907:00 PM|
|Sara Evans||Florida Theatre Jacksonville||Jacksonville, FL||Sun Jan 27 201907:30 PM|
|Sara Evans||Ameristar Casino & Hotel - Kansas City||Kansas City, MO||Fri Feb 08 201908:30 PM|
|Sara Evans||Frankenmuth Credit Union Event Center||Birch Run, MI||Fri Feb 15 201907:30 PM|
|Sara Evans||Shooting Star Casino Hotel & Event Center||Mahnomen, MN||Fri Feb 22 201908:00 PM|
|Sara Evans||Beacon Theatre - VA||Hopewell, VA||Fri Mar 08 201906:30 PM|
|Sara Evans||L'Auberge Casino & Hotel Baton Rouge||Baton Rouge, LA||Fri Apr 05 201908:00 PM|
Sara Evans Tickets Prices
The average price for Sara Evans Tickets start from $61. The minimum get in price is $48 for Sara Evans Tickets at the Florida Theatre Jacksonville, Jacksonville. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Sara Evans||Avon Park||26-Jan-19||$105||$82|
|Sara Evans||Kansas City||8-Feb-19||$141||$73|
|Sara Evans||Birch Run||15-Feb-19||$61||$50|
|Sara Evans||Baton Rouge||5-Apr-19||$153||$64|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.
Q:How much advantage will I get if I buy cheap sara evans tickets from you guys?
A:For all the information you need about Sara Evans Tickets, please log on to our website or call us on our toll free number in case you need any further assistance.
Q:Can I resell sara evans tickets 2018 on the website?
A:You cannot resell the Sara Evans Tickets on the website because it is against the company's policy.
Q:Can i collect sara evans tickets on spot?
A:Yes you can, but we have the facility of delivering Sara Evans Tickets at your doorstep by FedEx. You can avail that as per your convenience.
Q:Can you please tell me the dates for harrah s atlantic city sara evans?
A:You can get the details of the event from the page of sara evans Tickets.