Mohegan Sun Arena | Uncasville, Connecticut
The bombastic, good-time energy of Thomas Rhett will surely fill the Mohegan Sun Arena this Saturday, June 10, as the multi-platinum country star returns to the famous Connecticut stage for the second night of his "Home Team Tour 2023." Join the Grammy-nominated star in celebrating country music through his iconic hits and songs from his latest album. Sing along to "Country Again," "Half of Me," "Life Changes," "What's Your Country Song," and many others. Joined by the "Chillin' It" hitmaker Cole Swindell and the rising star Nate Smith, Rhett will offer his fans one of the best concert experiences this summer! So be sure to reserve your tickets now because this is going to be one epic event. Click the "Get Tickets" link to grab yours now.
After bursting onto the country music scene in 2015 with the smash hits "Die A Happy Man" and "Crash and Burn," Thomas Rhett established himself as one of the most popular male country artists of our time. Smoothly blending modern country and R&B, he was able to enter this country subgenre pioneered by Sam Hunt. Thomas Rhett's meteoric rise to country music became apparent as he released one incredible album after another: "Goes Like This" (2013), "Tangled Up" (2015), "Life Changes" (2017), "Center Point Road" (2019), "Country Again: Side A" (2021) and "Where We Started" (2022).
Additionally, Thomas Rhett has had a fruitful time headlining his tour across the country since 2017 and will be doing so again in 2023. His "Bring The Bar To You Tour" may not be over yet, but the 32-year-old country star has slated another tour to commence next summer. Dubbed "Home Team Tour 2023," the stop at Home Teams of 40 cities all over the US.
It can be noted that Rhett previously embarked on a Home Team Tour back in 2017. Like the previous tour, wherein he brought special guests on his tour like Kelsea Ballerini, Russel Dickerson, and Ryan Hurd, the 2023 tour will also feature other influential artists. The bro-country star, Cole Swindell, and the rising star, Nate Smith, will join Rhett in all his shows.
"Being on the road is one of my favorite places to be," exclaimed Thomas Rhet. "I can't wait to see the joy on y'alls faces next year and with my buddies Cole Swindell and Nate Smith. We're definitely gonna have a good time," he added.
A two-night concert event will be held at the Mohegan Sun Arena on June 9 and 10. To get tickets for the second night of Rhett and friends, click the "Get Tickets" link. If you are a big country fan, you might want to reserve your tickets today to secure the best seats in the venue.