Dolly Parton Tour News and Updates
Dolly Parton still knows how to treat her fans. On July 31 at the Scottrade Center in Missouri, the country legend played for over two hours, singing the favorites while sprinkling in jokes and stories along the way. Dolly took full advantage of the intimate setting, making the audience feel like they might as well have been in her living room. She encouraged fans to sing along, saying that it didn’t matter whether or not they knew the words. There are a few more concerts in the Midwest before Dolly takes her act to Canada, including a show at the Ford Center in Indiana on August 10, with tickets starting as low as $57.
If you are on the hunt to see a classic, legendary singer/songwriter look no further. Razorgator has the tickets you need to see Dolly Parton live this summer. The country artist is hitting the stage again at the spry age of 70 and will sure to be able to knock your socks off with her biggest hits. Not only are her songs full of excitement and entertainment, but her costume changes are definitely something to write home about. Her tour starts in the middle of July in Cedar Rapids, IA. Tickets for that show are still available and start at $61 and go up to $364 for the prime seats in the house. Get them today!
Can you believe that country music hit-maker and business mogul Dolly Parton has been producing iconic songs for nearly five decades? It’s true! She released her first single all the way back in 1967, which was a duet with TV personality Porter Wagoner entitled, “The Last Thing on My Mind.” The song was part of her first album, Hello, I’m Dolly. She has been rocking the country and pop music scenes ever since. Now, following her 70th birthday in January, she’s ready to take the stage once again. Dolly’s Pure and Simple Tour kicks off on June 3 at Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, NC. You can buy tickets for as little as $81.
Dolly Parton has long been considered the First Lady of Country Music, and is one of the most beloved music industry superstars of all time. With a career spanning five decades, the legendary songwriter has produced countless hits for others, while her own songs like “Jolene” and “I Will Always Love You” have gone down in history as Grammy Hall of Fame records.
The iconic songstress transcended genre in the 1970s with crossover hit “Here You Come Again” attracting more fans to country music than ever before. She even crossed over into acting and business, with record labels, theme parks and production companies to her name. Also a devoted philanthropist, Dolly started the Imagination Library and Dollywood Foundation to inspire young children to dream as big as she did.
Miley Cyrus’ self-professed “Fairy Godmother” is showing no signs of slowing down. The Country Music Hall of Famer has announced a 2014 Blue Smoke World Tour to coincide with the release of her 42nd album “Blue Smoke” also due next year. Parton will mostly hit casinos on her domestic leg (she recently unveiled Dolly Slot Machines) including three dates in Oklahoma and two in Nevada, while the show in Dolly's native Knoxville, TN will benefit her charities. Lasso some Dolly Parton tickets and sing along with this living legend today!