This upcoming winter is looking good for country fans around the nation, another amazing string of concerts has just been added to the list. The Blake Shelton tour 2016 was recently put out and so far he has a small amount of dates on the books. The first shows will be taking place in February, and right now he plans to finish up his stint on the road in March. He just recently released an album that’s a compilation of all his greatest song called Reloaded. In order to get more publicity for this greatest hits album he is going to be playing all of these concerts!
The first show that he is going to play is going to be at the US Bank Arena in Cincinnati. This will be taking place on February 14 and will kick off his reloaded shows. As of right now the final date will be at the energy Center in Pittsburgh on March 19. For the most part the majority of the shows will be happening around the southern and Midwestern states. There will be a few stops not included in those regions though like the shows in Pennsylvania, New York, and Buffalo. Now is an excellent time to purchase your seats, tickets for every location are already on sale.
These tickets are getting snatched up fast, so you don’t want to wait too long if you want to see Blake in concert. One notable event that already took place before he even started playing shows is the addition of another concert in Nashville. Once he put out his tickets for the Nashville show they sold out in mere minutes. This caused them to add an extra show so that any fans in Nashville don’t feel shortchanged. Considering the overwhelming demand, it was a great move on Blake’s part to give the Nashville fans as many opportunities as possible to see him play in person.
If you look at the ticket prices for his concerts at the moment you’ll see that an average ticket is about $230 if you average all his shows together. If you examine all of the dates that he has on the schedule you’ll see that his Kansas City show at the Sprint Center is his most expensive stop at the moment. This is one of his earlier shows that will happen on February 26. If you want to see this particular performance you’re going to be spending just slightly over $300 on average. Conversely, the least expensive show is taking place in the same state but at a different arena. On February 27 he will be playing in St. Louis at the Scott trade center. Buying a ticket for this stop on the Blake Shelton tour 2016 will only set you back just over $200.
Blake has had a few ups and downs this year. Aside from his historic concerts that he’s about to put on, he’s also had some legal woes. A tabloid rag recently put out an article that suggests he has a drug problem after he got a divorce from another country singer Miranda Lambert. He’s already sued them for $1 million. Hopefully he wins and he is able to use that money to put on even better shows for all the country fans around the country.