Dixie Chicks Tickets & 2016 Tour Dates

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Dixie Chicks 2016 World Tour Dates Announced | Tickets on Sale Now – Huge Discounts – Save up to 50% off


Hailing from Dallas, Texas, the infamous Dixie Chicks have been playing Texas swing, folk, bluegrass, and American country since 1989. In the process, they have sold more than 30 million albums and have won a soaring 13 Grammy Awards.

The Dixie Chicks have finally revealed their plans for a 2016 tour that will see them traveling and performing all across the United States next summer. The dates are set to follow their European tour. The US tour begins at the Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati on June 1, 2016. They will play at more than forty venues and the multiple award winning trio will close their tour at L.A.’s Hollywood Bowl on the 10th of October.

The DCX MMXVI World Tour kicks off on June 1 with a performance in Cincinnati and closes at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on October 10. Expect the Grammy Award winning group to deliver knock out performances.

Entering the music scene in 1989, the Dixie Chicks have won a total of 13 Grammy Awards and their albums have sold over 30 million copies worldwide. “Taking the Long Way,” their previous album hit the market in 2006 and reached the top spot in the US Billboard 200, attaining double Platinum status in the process. The album bagged 5 Grammy Awards, including Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Album of the Year. The country music trio also opened for famous rock band The Eagles back in 2010 during their summer tour.

History of Dixie Chicks Tour Albums

Dixie Chicks emerged into the country/ folk scene when they released their album “Thank Heavens for Dale Evans back in 1994. Their song “Bring it on Home to Me” was a huge hit, making Dixie Chicks one of the latest phenomena of the time. On February 10, 1994, Dixie Chicks released “Shouldn’t a Told You That” as a follow up to their debut album “Thank Heavens for Dale Evans.” This album didn’t turn out to be as much of a success as its predecessor, but the single “I Wasn’t Looking For You” proved to be an instant hit, which helped drew in huge crowds during the groups concert tours. Since then, the trio has published 14 additional tour albums. With 16 years of tour albums under their belt, several hits still remain popular to this day, including “Taking the Long Way,” “The Long Way Around,” “Not Ready to Make Nice” and “Easy Silence.”

On Friday, the tickets will go on sale.

The group will tour and appear at venues in more than forty locations, including Toronto, Dallas, Detroit, San Francisco, Chicago, and New York.

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