Thomas Rhett set for two concerts at Mohegan Sun
Thomas Rhett seems like one of the nicest – and most talented — guys in country music.
He started writing hits for other Nashville luminaries (from Jason Aldean to Florida Georgia Line) but then became a star himself. And what a string of chart-topping singles he already has as an artist, all by the age of 33.
Rhett calls his latest tour The Home Team Tour 23, which echoes the name of his first headlining tour in 2017 as well as his fan club.
Explaining the reasoning to a reporter from the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal recently, Rhett said, “A lot has happened in my life since 2017. I’ve had 20 No. 1s; I’ve had four kids; I’ve made a bunch of records since then. It just felt like if there was ever a time to do the Home Team Tour again, it felt like this year.”
Rhett spends two nights at Mohegan Sun this weekend. They will be be concerts filled with hits, from “What’s Your Country Song” to “Country Again.”
Thomas Rhett, 7:30 p.m. Fri. and Sat., Mohegan Sun Arena; with Cole Swindell and Nate Smith; $59.50-$129.50; mohegansun.com.
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