Thomas Rhett Pre-Sale

Thomas Rhett is coming to the Bismarck Event Center on Friday, September 30th with special guests Parker McCollum and Conner Smith.  It's "The Bring the Bar to You Tour."  Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, January 28th at 10 am.

US 103-3 listeners may buy tickets before anybody else on Thursday, January 27th from 10 am to 10 pm. (online only)

Click HERE for the link and enter the password Tequila22  (Be sure to hit the "Buy Now" button at the very top of the page!)



Reserved: $32.50, $52, $62, $72, $82, $92 Pit: $102

There are also 5 different VIP packages that start at $191.50 and go all the way up to $452.50.  These packages include everything from a backstage experience, photo opportunity in front of the VIP backdrop to commemorate your evening, food, Thomas Rhett merchandise, access to the Thomas Rhett VIP lounge, tour merchandise shopping before doors open to the general public, and many other special offers.  (PLEASE keep in mind not all of these offers are offered for each VIP package)

Thomas Rhett is no stranger to Bismarck. 

You might remember that Thomas Rhett last played the Bismarck Event Center on May 4th, 2018 with Brett Young and Russell Dickerson.

This is the first major concert announcement for Bismarck, North Dakota since Justin Moore played the Bismarck Event Center on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021.  Judging by the comments on our US 103-3 Facebook page, the fans are very thirsty for another concert in Bismarck.

According to Billboard, Thomas Rhett will also release his 6th album coming up in May and it will even feature a track with pop singer Katy Perry.  So, you can expect a bunch of new material from Thomas Rhett before his show on Friday, September 30th in Bismarck.  The name of the album is "Where We Started" and is set for release on April 1st, 2022

Bismarck Event Center
Bismarck Event Center



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