It seems like the concert announcements just keep coming these days! The latest country star to announce a new tour for 2023 is none other than Thomas Rhett, who is hitting the road once again next year!

If you went to his show at the Xcel Energy Center on New Year's Eve last year, you already know that he puts on an epic show! Cole Swindell opened that show for him and it looks like the two hit it off so well, he's bringing him on the road yet again.

Thomas performed the special show, by the way, because he was in town for the NHL Winter Classic. The day following his special NYE show, he performed at the major sporting event, which was outside.

This was a history-making performance, as he shared that it was the coldest game in NHL history. The temperature? Ten below! I am not shocked that he's coming back in the summer this time. Ha!

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His show will take place at the Xcel Energy Center on Thursday, July 27th. As mentioned, Cole Swindell will be opening the show along with newcomer Nate Smith. The big announcement was shared early Thursday (November 3rd).

Tickets for the show go on sale on Friday, November 11th at 10 a.m. You can purchase tickets online via Ticketmaster on that date and time. The show will start at 7:30 p.m.

Thomas announced the tour in a fun way, with a video full of clones of the country star. In the video, he rocks a bunch of different hockey jerseys and shares that he will be going to forty different towns in twenty-seven different states.

The video then turns to basketball as he announced his opening acts, who also take part in the video. It all ends with a fun press conference with more details on shows and tickets. It's going to be an awesome show.

This is the latest concert announcement in a week full of them! Jason Aldean announced a Minnesota show this week, also taking place next summer at Treasure Island Resort & Casino.

Shania Twain will also be hitting the stage at the Xcel Energy Center, as she announced her Queen Of Me Tour, which will be stopping in Minnesota in May of 2023. This is just a few examples of many concerts coming to our neck of the woods next year!

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