Toby Keith Tour News and Updates
2014 Hammer Down Tour
3/7/14 – Toby Keith made a big announcement this week! Via a YouTube video, fans helped share the news that the Country star would embark on a tour titled “Shut Up and Hold On.” Set to begin May 25 in Forest City and run through September 27, Keith will captivate audiences across the States. Raise your red solo cups and grab your Toby Keith tickets today! The 17-date excursion is averaging $144 with cheap seats available for almost every show in the $30 range. Don’t be fooled by his relaxed jeans, Toby Keith will rock the stage as thousands come out to see him on tour.
Since his breakthrough single “How Do You Like Me Now?” country megastar Toby Keith has released sixteen studio albums, sold over 40 million albums worldwide and charted over forty Billboard hit singles (19 songs reaching No. 1 and 16 making the Top Ten). With such a successful career as this, it’s not hard to see how Keith has maintained his vice-grip on the airwaves. Whether it’s through collaborations, like his ballad with Willie Nelson, “Beer for My Horses”; or alone, with “As Good as I Once Was,” Keith knows exactly what it takes to produce the best of real country music.
Toby Keith has been known to put on some of the best live shows in all of country music, so this summer’s Hammer Down Tour can’t be missed! After a short stay in Australia, the crooner will kick off his trek May 2 in Saint John, NB ($109 min.) and hit Wheatland, CA ($34 min.), Bristow, VA ($90 min.), Tinley Park, IL ($34 min.), Cincinnati, OH ($40 min.) and more before finishing in Philadelphia on September 27. His concerts are fun-filled parties, with revved up fans belting out tunes like “I Love This Bar.” Toby Keith tickets are a no-brainer, so lock yours down now!
Keith grew up in Oklahoma, played football in high school and worked in the oil fields post-graduation, where he met friends and future band members of his first band, titled “Easy Money”. Once the oil industry in his home state failed, Keith turned to music, and broke ground with his self-titled album and debut single, “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” in 1993. Since then, the country superstar has been ranked among the top-selling all-genre artists on Billboards Top 200 Artists of the Decade.