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Kenny Rogers coming to SSE Arena for Final World Tour: The Gambler's Last Deal

Published 07/04/2016

Kenny Rogers will play SSE Arena Belfast in November.
Kenny Rogers will play SSE Arena Belfast in November.

Grammy award-winning superstar and Country Music Hall of Fame member Kenny Rogers is coming to Belfast's SSE Arena as part of his Final World Tour.

His success over a career of nearly six decades, which will be celebrated during his Final World Tour: The Gambler’s Last Deal with special guests Charlie Worsham and Linda Davis.

He plays SSE Arena Belfast on November 8, 2016 and 3Arena Dublin on November 7, 2016.

Tickets go on sale Thursday April 14 at 9am.

The enduring country and pop icon has endeared music lovers around the globe with his amazing songs, heartfelt performances, distinctive voice, gift for storytelling and universal appeal.

The first country artist to consistently sell out arenas, Rogers has played to millions of fans around the world, performing songs from his long list of hits which comprise 24 Number Ones including “The Gambler,” “Lucille,” “Coward of the County,” “Lady,” “Islands in the Stream,” “She Believes In Me,” “We’ve Got Tonight,” “Daytime Friends,” “Through The Years,” “You Decorated My Life,” and “Buy Me A Rose.”

Rogers has charted a record within each of the last seven decades.

He has sold more than 120 million albums worldwide, making him one of the Top Ten Best Selling Male Solo Artists of All Time, according to the RIAA.

Rogers has won many awards for his music and charity work, including three GRAMMY Awards, 19 American Music Awards, 11 People’s Choice Awards, eight Academy of Country Music Awards and six Country Music Association Awards, including the CMA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013. Rogers was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013.

In 2015, Rogers was awarded the CMT Artist of a Lifetime Award and in 2016, he received the Tony Martell Lifetime Entertainment Achievement Award from the TJ Martell Foundation.

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