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Rascal Flatts Plans Road Rally
With a new album around the corner, country act Rascal Flatts has firmed up details of a supporting road trip that will kick off Oct. 2 in Annapolis, Md.With a new album around the corner, country act Rascal Flatts has firmed up details of a supporting road trip that will kick off Oct. 2 in Annapolis, Md. Sponsored by Coors Light, the 28-city Here's To You tour will run through a Dec. 11 show in Wichita, Kan.
Opening acts on the run will be Chris Cagle and Julie Roberts, with Gary Allan taking Cagle's place for five shows in late October/early November.
Rascal Flatts will release its third album, "Feels Like Today," Sept. 28 via Lyric Street/Hollywood. The set was recorded in Nashville with producers Mark Bright and Marty Williams, who also assisted with the band's self-titled 2000 debut and 2002's "Melt."
The title track of "Feels Like Today" serves as the first single, and is in the top 20 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
"Melt" debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart and No. 5 on The Billboard 200. The set has sold 2.13 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Here are Rascal Flatts' tour dates:
Oct. 2: Annapolis, Md. (United States Naval Academy)
Oct. 3: Richmond, Va. (Classic Amphitheater)
Oct. 8: Kelseyville, Calif. (Konocti Field Amphitheater)
Oct. 10: San Jose, Calif. (HP Pavilion)
Oct. 15: Moline, Ill. (Mark of the Quad Cities)
Oct. 16: Dayton, Ohio (Nutter Center)
Oct. 17: State College, Pa. (Bryce Jordan Center)
Oct. 21: Huntsville, Ala. (Von Braun Center)
Oct. 22: Tupelo, Miss. (Bancorp South Center)
Oct. 23: Chattanooga, Tenn. (UTC McKenzie Arena)
Oct. 28: Portland, Maine (Cumberland County Civic Center; Gary Allan opening)
Oct. 29: Uncasville, Conn. (Mohegan Sun Arena; Gary Allan opening)
Nov. 4: Knoxville, Tenn. (Thompson-Boling Arena; Gary Allan opening)
Nov. 5: Greenville, S.C. (Bi-Lo Center; Gary Allan opening)
Nov. 6: Winston-Salem, N.C. (Memorial Coliseum; Gary Allan opening)
Nov. 11: Green Bay, Wis. (Resch Center)
Nov. 12: Sioux City, Iowa (Tyson Events Center)
Nov. 13: Madison, Wis. (Alliant Energy Center)
Nov. 18: Omaha, Neb. (Qwest Center)
Nov. 19: Rosemont, Ill. (Allstate Arena)
Nov. 20: St. Paul, Minn. (Xcel Energy Center)
Dec. 2: Orlando, Fla. (TD Waterhouse Centre)
Dec. 3: Tallahassee, Fla. (Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center)
Dec. 4: Jacksonville, Fla. (Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena)
Dec. 5: Ft. Myers, Fla. (TECO Arena)
Dec. 9: Tulsa, Okla. (Tulsa Convention Center Arena)
Dec. 10: Oklahoma City, Okla. (Ford Center)
Dec. 11: Wichita, Kan. (Kansas Coliseum)