Rod Stewart Tour - 2013 Rod Stewart: The Hits at The Colosseum Tour
Rod Stewart is staying in Las Vegas for two more years. The best-selling artist and author recently announced the extension of Rod Stewart: The Hits
at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
beginning with nine shows in November. With over 50 performances under his belt during his residency in Vegas, Stewart will finish his current two-year contract August 4.
Having sold over $100 million records worldwide, “Rod the Mod” is among a short list of artists who can fill an entire set-list with true hits. “The First Cut Is the Deepest”, “Have I Told You Lately”, “Forever Young”, “Passion”, “Maggie May”, “Hot Legs”, and “You Wear it Well” are just a few. With early albums a mix of folk, soul and R&B to his most recent rock album ‘Time’, Stewart has been topping charts across the World in many genres for years. Rod Stewart’s raspy voice gives him a unique sound that is appreciated by a vast audience.
Sprinkled in between the Grammy award-winning artists Las Vegas stints, Rod Stewart has concerts scheduled at Greensboro Coliseum (avg. $232), Philips Arena (avg. $201), United Center
(avg. $184), and Palace of Auburn Hills (avg. $191). Before the end of the year, fans can see the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee at TD Garden
(avg. $202), Prudential Center (avg. $315), Madison Square Garden
(avg. $370), Wells Fargo Center-PA (avg. $183), Bell Centre-QC (avg. $179), and Air Canada Centre (avg. $283). Rod Stewart New York tickets are the most expensive of all Rod Stewart concerts. Rod Stewart Las Vegas tickets in November are averaging $223. Tickets for Rod Stewarts other shows this year are averaging $232.