Rascal Flatts Tickets
Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion | Rogers, AR
Make sure you clear your calendars and mark Saturday 31st August 2019, because your favorite artist Rascal Flatts is performing live in concert this 2019 and only from the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion stage. This amazing event is set to premiere only at Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion in August. Audiences are already calling it the must-see show of 2019 while fans are flying in from all over the country to witness it. If you want to join thousands in this amazing concert, then be sure to clear your Saturday night and get your tickets while seats last. You know it's not every day that Rascal Flatts comes to Rogers and once they are gone, they may be gone for good.
The American Country act, Rascal Flatts are a worldwide name. First starting out all the way back in 1999, in Ohio, the trio began their journey in music. Gary LeVox, his second cousin Jay DeMarcus and Joe Don Rooney. DeMarcus is also a brother-in-law of country music singer James Otto, who was also one-half of the Christian duo East to West, kick started themselves with covers and performing on the local scene.
During the 2000's they escalated up through Disney Music Groups's – Lyric Street Records, who quickly realised that these guys were set for success! With their certified platinum or high albums released via the label. These have included the likes of; Rascal Flatts (2000), Melt (2002), Feels Like Today (2004), Me and My Gang (2006), Still Feels Good (2007), Greatest Hits Volume 1 (2008) and Unstoppable (2009).
The incredible Rascal Flatts are truly a must-see for Country music fans, as they bring their vast collection of albums and chart topping singles to the road! There's no time like the present to grab tickets and make sure to be a part of their 2019 live dates!
"The way people sang along to the slower, sentimental songs such as “My Wish” and “I Won’t Let Go” is a testament to Rascal Flatt’s skill at being commercially viable. They have excellent cross-generational appeal, and drew pre-teens and retirees alike."