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Kenny Rogers Final Tour – “The Gambler’s Last Deal”


He started recording in the ’50’s, and didn’t see critical acclaim until late in the ’70’s when he released the song “Lucille,” that made him a household name with the #1 hit across 12 countries and sold over 5 million copies.  Kenny Rogers followed that song up with hits like “Coward of the County,” “Don’t Fall in Love With a Dreamer,” and his signature song, “The Gambler.”

Now, over 50 years since he began his music career Rogers will close out his storied success with his final world tour that begins July 22nd in Anderson, Indiana. “The Gambler’s Last Deal” concerts feature an all-new show, which includes a look back at the singers 50+ year career. Filled with personal stories,  photos and video clips—including never-before-seen footage—the music-filled retrospective will touch on every part of Rogers’ career. Along with his long list of hits, Rogers is singing songs in concert that he hasn’t performed in years.

Rogers has sold more than 120 million albums worldwide. He has charted a record within each of the last seven decades. The first country artist to consistently sell out arenas, Rogers achieved pop superstardom as well — his 28 Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 10’s rank him fourth-best of all time among men, trailing only Elton John, Neil Diamond, and Elvis Presley. Rogers has recorded 24 No. 1 hits, 12 No. 1 albums, 25 Top 10 country albums and is the RIAA’s eighth best-selling male solo artist of all time. The Country Music Hall of Fame member has received three GRAMMY® Awards, 11 People’s Choice Awards, 19 American Music Awards, eight Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards and six Country Music Association (CMA) Awards, among many other accolades.

Of his final tour Rogers said, “I’ve been so lucky to have enjoyed such a long career and to have such amazing support from my fans and all who have helped me along the way, but there comes a time when I need to focus on spending time with my family.”

Kenny Rogers – “The Gambler’s Last Deal” Final World Tour:
July 22 – Anderson, Ind. – Hoosier Park Racing & Casino
July 23 – Kettering, Ohio – Fraze Pavilion
July 24 – Highland Park, Ill. – Ravinia Festival
July 31 – Columbus, Ohio – Ohio State Fair
Aug. 6 – Singapore, Singapore – Star Theatre
Aug. 9 – Bangkok, Thailand – Royal Paragon Hall
Aug. 11 – Manila, Philippines – Araneta Coliseum
Aug. 14 – Taipei, Taiwan – Taipei Arena
Aug. 20 – Grand Prairie, Texas – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
Aug. 27 – Albuquerque, N.M. – Route 66 Casino
Sept. 3 – Charles Town, W.Va. – Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races
Sept. 4 – Nichols, N.Y. – Tioga Downs
Sept. 15 – Youngstown, Ohio – Stambaugh Auditorium
Sept. 16 – Morristown, N.J. – Mayo Performing Arts Center
Sept. 17 – Ridgefield, Conn. – The Ridgefield Playhouse
Sept. 23 – Charlottesville, Va. – The Paramount Theater
Sept. 25 – Staten Island, N.Y. – St. George Theatre
Oct. 6 – North Little Rock, Ark. – Verizon Arena
Oct. 7 – Memphis, Tenn. – Orpheum Theatre
Oct. 8 – New Orleans, La. – Saenger Theatre
Oct. 27 – Midland, Texas – Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center
Oct. 31 – Glasgow, Scotland – The SSE Hydro*
Nov. 3 – Amsterdam Zuid, The Netherlands – Heineken Music Hall*
Nov. 7 – Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena*
Nov. 8 – Belfast, UK – SSE Arena*
Nov. 10 – London, UK – Palladium*
Nov. 12 – London, UK – Eventim Apollo*
Jan. 22, 2017 – Clearwater, Fla. – Ruth Eckerd Hall
Jan. 24, 2017 – Fort Lauderdale, Fla. – Broward Center for the Performing Arts
Jan. 28, 2017 – Orange Park, Fla. – Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts
April 8, 2017 – Danville, Ky. – Norton Center For The Arts

* with Charlie Worsham

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