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Thomas Rhett kicking off first European headline tour in Belfast

Published 14/03/2016

Thomas Rhett will be in Belfast on November 9.
Thomas Rhett will be in Belfast on November 9.

Multi-platinum selling Country artist Thomas Rhett is kicking off his European tour in Belfast.

After his recent Country 2 Country MainStage performance where Entertainment Focus called him “one of the highlights of the festival”  - Thomas Rhett will be back for more as he reveals his first-ever headlining European tour dates launching in November.

This year's three-time American Country Music (ACM) Awards nominee will kick off his international shows November 9 in Belfast and November 10 in Dublin before continuing the run with stops slated in the UK, Belgium, Netherlands and Norway.

Thomas said: “I’ve had a lot of artist buddies play Europe and come back talking about how great the crowds are, after getting my first taste this week, I definitely get what they’re saying now.

"I’m pumped we’re going to have a chance to come back this fall. Hopefully we’ll get to see a few familiar faces from this weekend and meet some new fans too."

Tickets for the Belfast and Dublin Shows go on sale Wednesday 16 March at 9am from all usual outlets.

Thomas Rhett’s 2016 European Tour Dates:

11/9     Belfast, N. Ireland @ Mandela Hall

11/10   Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street

11/12   London, UK @ O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

11/13   Manchester, UK @ O2 Ritz

11/14   Glasgow, UK @ O2 ABC

11/16   Antwerp, Belgium @ Trix

11/17   Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg

11/19   Oslo, Norway @ Sentrum Scene

11/20   Bergen, Norway @ USF Verftet

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