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Little Big Town Tour Dates + Concert Tickets 2015

Little Big Town Tour Dates and Tickets 2015Alabama country stars Little Big Town are gearing up to spend a very decent chunk of 2015 out on the open road, delivering their staple tunes to eager crowds across North America.

The Little Big Town 2015 tour is set to kick off on May live at the Gran Ole Opry in the musical heart of the country – Nashville, Tennessee. For the upcoming string of three shows, some of which are already sold out, the LBT team will stay in Nashville, and really get things going from June 16 with a show in Reno, Nevada.

For the upcoming five months, the group’s only activity will be relentless touring and putting on quality country concerts. Ottawa, Kansas City, Boston, Milwaukee, Rapid City, Seattle, the list of stops goes on and on.

The band is currently promoting their latest studio album “Pain Killer,” released in October 2014 via Capitol Nashville Records as the sixth record in Little Big Down opus. Buy Little Big Town tickets today, it just might be the event of the season in your book.

Little Big Town Cheap/Discounted Tickets 2015

Little Big Town Tour Schedule 2015

#May 29, 7:00PM, Nashville (TN), Grand Ole Opry House#
#Jun 05, 7:00PM, Nashville (TN), Grand Ole Opry House#
#Jun 11, [Time TBA], Nashville (TN), LP Field#
#Jun 13, 7:45PM, Nashville (TN), LP Field#
#Jun 18, 7:30PM, Los Angeles (CA), Greek Theatre#
#Jun 19, 7:00PM, Saratoga (CA), Mountain Winery#
#Jun 23, 7:00PM, Paso Robles (CA), Vina Robles Amphitheater#
#Jun 24, 7:30PM, Del Mar (CA), Del Mar Fairgrounds#
#Jun 26, 8:00PM, Las Vegas (NV), The Joint – Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas#
#Jun 27, 7:00PM, Albuquerque (NM), Sandia Casino Amphitheater#
#Jul 03, 8:00PM, Indio (CA), Fantasy Springs Resort & Casino#
#Jul 04, 6:00PM, Scottsdale (AZ), Salt River Fields#
#Jul 08, [Time TBA], Ottawa (Canada), Lebreton Flats#
#Jul 10, 7:30PM, Council Bluffs (IA), Stir Cove At Harrahs#
#Jul 11, 7:00PM, Hinckley (MN), Grand Casino Hinckley Amphitheatre#
#Jul 14, 7:00PM, Nashville (TN), Grand Ole Opry House#
#Jul 17, 5:00PM, Ottawa (Canada), Lebreton Flats#
#Jul 18, 7:30PM, Big Flats (NY), Budweiser Summer Stage At Tags#
#Jul 31, 7:30PM, Harrington (DE), Delaware State Fairgrounds#
#Aug 01, 7:00PM, Saint Leonard (MD), St Leonard Fire Department#
#Aug 06, [Time TBA], Oro (Canada), Burl’s Creek#
#Aug 14, 8:00PM, Verona (NY), Turning Stone Resort & Casino#
#Aug 15, 7:00PM, Vienna (VA), Wolf Trap#
#Aug 16, 7:30PM, Hamburg (NY), Erie County State Fair#
#Aug 28, 7:00PM, Highland Park (IL), Ravinia Pavilion#
#Aug 29, 7:30PM, Kansas City (MO), Starlight Theatre#
#Aug 30, 7:30PM, Little Rock (AR), First Security Amphitheater#
#Sep 02, 7:00PM, Allentown (PA), Allentown Fairgrounds#
#Sep 04, 7:00PM, Boston (MA), Blue Hills Bank Pavilion#
#Sep 05, 7:30PM, Gilford (NH), Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion#
#Sep 06, 7:00PM, Essex Junction (VT), Champlain Valley Expo#
#Oct 08, 7:30PM, Bemidji (MN), The Sanford Center#
#Oct 09, 7:30PM, Ames (IA), Stephens Auditorium#
#Oct 10, 7:30PM, Milwaukee (WI), Riverside Theatre#
#Oct 15, [Time TBA], Greensboro (NC), Greensboro Coliseum#
#Oct 16, 8:00PM, Greenville (SC), Bon Secours Wellness Arena#
#Oct 17, 7:30PM, Saint Augustine (FL), St. Augustine Amphitheatre#
#Oct 22, 7:30PM, Bismarck (ND), Bismarck Civic Center#
#Oct 23, 8:00PM, Rapid City (SD), Don Barnett Arena#
#Oct 24, 8:00PM, Brookings (SD), Swiftel Center#
#Oct 30, 8:00PM, Brookings (SD), Swiftel Center#
#Oct 30, 7:30PM, Bloomington (IL), Us Cellular Coliseum#
#Nov 12, 7:30PM, Missoula (MT), Adams Event Center#
#Nov 13, [Time TBA], Boise (ID), Taco Bell Arena#
#Nov 14, 8:00PM, Portland (OR), Keller Auditorium#
#Nov 19, 7:30PM, Abbotsford (Canada), Abbotsford Entertainment & Sports Center#
#Nov 20, 8:00PM, Seattle (WA), Paramount Theatre#
#Nov 21, 8:00PM, Spokane (WA), INB Performing Arts Center#


Little Big Town BioThe country-fueled story of Little Big Town began in the year of 1988 in the small town of Homewood, Alabama. The group came to be as Karen Fairchild, Jimi Westbrook, Kimberly Schlapman, and Phillip Sweet forged a strong alliance that remains untouched to this very day.

From the very get-go, the boys and gals focused on delivering killer live shows, relentlessly touring across the State and learning the fine art of live performing. In the year of 2002, they were ready to unleash their very first full-length studio release upon the world and a self-title Little Big Town debut was born.

Led by two singles, “Don’t Waste My Time” and “Everything Changes,” the album found its way to the hearts of country fans and established the gang as a prominent new act.

The band mostly stuck to the approach of writing all their music themselves, resulting in extra authenticity and natural charm within their tunes.

Three years later, the time has come to make a bit of a big leap. “The Road to Here” was unveiled in October 2005, giving the band their first album on the US Billboard 200 chart and ultimately their very first effort to cross one million sales within the US alone. There’s a good chance that songs like “Bring It on Home,” “Good as Gone,” and “A Little More You” are among your personal favorites or at least ring a bell as one of those catchy modern country tunes.

Fierce touring and studio albums kept a-rolling with 2007’s “A Place to Land” and 2010’s “The Reason Why.” More hits, more quality music, and the band became a well-established country act by now. Additionally, “The Reason Why” saw the group topping the Billboard Country US chart for the first time in history.

But their best selling album to date was yet to come. In 2012, “Tornado” was unveiled, featuring the tune that would become Little Big Town’s first No. 1 hit single ever – “Pontoon.” Additionally, the title track also made the Top 10, while the album’s remaining two singles, “Your Side of the Bed” and “Sober,” scored major success and brought the band to the peak of their fame so far.

In 2014, the group presented their sixth studio effort, “Pain Killer.” Sticking to the same vibe and formula, the band proved that if talent and hard work are properly mixed, success is guaranteed.

When it comes to the sound of Little Big Town, one of the most prominent factors would definitely be the distinctive four part vocal harmonies. Each of the four members of the band is a singer.

A fun fact to wrap it up – Karen Fairchild and Jimi Westbrook married on May 31, 2006, and had a child, a boy named Elijah Dylan Westbrook in 2010.

If country music ever lied at least a pair of miles away from your interests, we wholeheartedly recommend that you should buy Little Big Town tickets in the near future and check out how it’s done live in concert.


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