Thomas Rhett is ready to turn his fourth studio album Center Point Road into an all-out musical experience. The country crooner will celebrate the release of his new record with fans during an immersive experience at CMA Fest.
Scheduled for Saturday, June 8 in Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, the event benefit music education through the CMA Foundation.
“We’ve been able to do album release parties all over the country, but to host one in my own backyard during CMA Fest when Country Music fans are here from all over the world is incredible,” said Rhett in a press release. “Nashville is home to the memories and stories from this album that made me into the person I am today, and to also be able to help raise money for Music Education while we celebrate this release makes it extra special.”
Fans in attendance will get to hear the stories behind the songs during the special showcase, giving them a deeper insight into Rhett’s latest body of work.
Tickets for the event are $25 and will include a copy of Center Point Road. Fan club members can purchase tickets beginning Monday, May 13 at 10 a.m. CT through the Home Team app. Tickets for the general public will go on sale beginning at noon CT on
thomasrhett.com or ticketmaster.com.
CMA Fest is gearing up to be a big week for the superstar as he’s currently nominated for Male Video of the Year for “Life Changes” at the CMT Awards, taking place on June 5. He’s also scheduled to perform during the CMA Fest nightly concerts at Nissan Stadium.
Prior to his stint in Nashville, he’ll embark on the Canadian leg of his Life Changes Tour with dates in Edmonton (5/10) and Vancouver (5/15). On May 17, Rhett will change gears and kick off his Very Hot Summer Tour with special guests Dustin Lynch, Russell Dickerson and Rhett Akins.