Rascal Flatts played to over 45,000 fans last weekend as they opened their “Changed” tour with two sold out concerts in Hartford, Connecticut and Boston, Massachusetts. The trio has sold more than six million concert tickets through their career.
“We have the best fans in the world and they made this a really special first weekend for us,” said Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary Levox. “We wanted to create something unique for them with the all-band set up and we loved having our friends in Little Big Town, Eli Young and Edens Edge on stage with us to perform a number together.”
Eden’s Edge will not appear on three dates of this tour and Thompson Square will replace Eli Young Band on two shows, both of which in Texas.
The “Changed” tour continues this weekend with concerts in Washington, DC and Virginia Beach, Virginia. The complete tour schedule is listed below.
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