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Darius Rucker Announces 2014 True Believers Tour With Eli Young Band and David Nail

“As an entertainer, there’s nothing like seeing the fans react to your music," says Darius.

photo by Chris Hollo/Hollo Photographics/EB Media

As 2013 comes to an end, country stars are revealing tour plans for the new year. Darius Rucker is the latest headliner announcing his multi-city trek, which will start in January.

His 2014 True Believers Tour will hit 15 towns and feature the Eli Young Band and David Nail as special guests. The tour will kick off on Jan. 29 with a performance at the State Farm Center in Champaign, Ill., and continue on into March. An exclusive pre-sale for tickets for select dates will begin this week (Thursday, Nov. 7) through dariusrucker.com.

“As an entertainer, there’s nothing like seeing the fans react to your music,” says Darius. “I’ve been blessed to have country radio take six of our songs to No. 1, so we thought it was the perfect time to take the True Believers Tour on the road. It’s going to be an awesome show with some great entertainers as both Eli Young Band and David Nail deliver live.”

This Wednesday (Nov. 6), Darius will perform during the 47th Annual CMA Awards, which airs live on ABC at 8 p.m. ET. A list of confirmed dates for Darius’ True Believers Tour can be seen below.

True Believers Tour Dates
DateLocationVenue
*Eli Young Band will not be performing on these dates.
Jan.29Champaign, Ill.State Farm Center
 30Fort Wayne, Ind.Memorial Coliseum
 31Ypsilanti, Mich.Convocation Center
Feb.13Hershey, Pa.Giant Center
 14Albany, N.Y.Times Union Center
 15Verona, N.Y.Turning Stone Event Center
 20North Charleston, S.C.North Charleston Coliseum
 21Columbia, S.C.Colonial Life Arena
 22Asheville, N.C.U.S. Cellular Center*
 27Erie, Pa.Erie Insurance Arena
 28Youngstown, OhioCovelli Centre
March1Roanoke, Va.Roanoke Civic Center
 7Enid, Okla.Enid Event Center
 8Salina, Kan.Bicentennial Center*
 9Loveland, Colo.Budweiser Events Center

 

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