Over the past 17 years, Rascal Flatts has made a huge name for themselves in country music. They’ve garnered hit after hit on country radio and their fans have been loyal to them throughout all of their albums. To top off all of their accomplishments, the trio was honored with a milestone of 10 million tickets sold in total throughout their time in the music industry.
The band has remained to be a top-selling tour group since they started, with live shows that get the crowd moving and everyone singing out the words. It’s no wonder Rascal Flatts was awarded this honor as their tour always sell like crazy whenever they announce dates to go on the road.
Their success in touring even landed them a short-time residency in Vegas over the past year in which fans were able to see Rascal Flatts perform their greatest hits like “My Wish,” “Bless the Broken Road” and their recent radio hit, “I Like the Sound of That.”
The guys were awarded the milestone at their concert in Hartford, Connecticut, which was one of their stops on their current Rhythm and Roots Tour with Kelsea Ballerini and Chris Lane. The tour will keep going until the first week of October, where they will end it off in Reading, Pennsylvania. Fans can purchase tickets (and make that overall total get even higher) on their website.