Darius Rucker Takes His Southern Style on the Road


The man who put the Hootie in the Blowfish and three-time Grammy Award winner, Darius Rucker, will be going back out on tour this Fall on the second leg of his headlining Southern Style Tour. Joining the artist who has been dubbed “the best male singer in country music” on the road are David Nail and explosive newcomer A Thousand Horses.

The Fall tour will begin on October 8th in Chicago and will visit over fifteen more cities throughout the last quarter of 2015. Tickets go on sale this Friday with links available for purchase on Darius Rucker’s official website.

Fall show dates:
October 8 | Chicago, Illinois
October 9 | Dayton, Ohio
October 10 | Youngstown, Ohio*
October 15 | Topeka, Kansas
October 16 | Lincoln, Nebraska
October 17 | Sioux City, Iowa
October 22 | Syracuse, New York*
October 23 | Albany, New York*
October 24 | Uncasville, Connecticut*
November 1 | Indianapolis, Indiana
November 10 | Greensboro, North Carolina
November 12 | Bemidji, Minnesota
November 13 | Green Bay, Wisconsin
November 14 | Moline, Illinois
November 19 | Grand Rapids, Michigan
November 20 | Toledo, Ohio

*A Thousand Hoses will not be appearing on these dates

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