2019 Country Mega Ticket presents: Rascal Flatts with Special Guest

2019 Country Mega Ticket presents: Rascal Flatts with Special Guest

DateJune 29, 2019

VenueVeterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

Location3550 Cellar Door Way, Virginia Beach, VA 23456

Tickets On Sale NEXT Friday, January 25th at 10:00am
ONLINE AT WWW.MEGATICKET.COM

Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach proudly announces the 2019 Country Megaticket presented by Mattress Warehouse, a six show “package” featuring the summer’s hottest country shows at Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach. Available ONLY online at www.megaticket.com or charge by phone 800-745-3000, the 2019 Country Megaticket presented by Mattresss Warehouse gives you the chance to buy tickets FIRST, weeks before the individual shows are available.

Thursday, June 13 Thomas Rhett with Dustin Lynch, Russell Dickerson and Rhett Akins

Saturday, June 29 Rascal Flatts with special guests

Friday, July 12 Dierks Bentley with Jon Pardi and Tenille Townes

Thursday, July 25 Florida Georgia Line with Dan + Shay, Morgan Wallen and Hardy

Thursday, August 22 Chris Young with Chris Janson and special guest

Sunday, September 8 Luke Bryan with Cole Swindell and Jon Langston

Orders for this six show package will be accepted ONLY online and over the phone beginning Friday, January 25th at 10:00am, several weeks before the individual show tickets are available. The 2019 Country Megaticket presented by Mattress Warehouse includes a ticket to all six shows, plus additional perks with the Platinum level. For any price level, you will be invited to participate in the 2020 Country Megaticket presale.

Platinum $849.00
Platinum package includes 1 general admission dance floor ticket or reserved seat ticket, 1 Preferred Parking pass per package, a dedicated entrance at the main gate for Platinum Megaticket holders, plus 30 minute early entry into the Boathouse Brewery for Platinum specials.

Gold $659.00
Seating in the 100 level of the pavilion

Silver $459.00
Seating in the 200 level of the pavilion

Festival Lawn $219.00
This lawn package is the “deal of the year”

Orders Accepted Online and Over The Phone Beginning Friday, January 25th at 10:00AM!

Megatickets will ONLY be available online through www.megaticket.comor charge by phone 800-745-3000. All packages subject to service charges. While supplies last.

 

 

One band. Ten albums. Sixteen Number One hits. Over 23 million records and 10 million tickets sold.

With statistics like that, the numbers pile up so high it’s easy to get lost on top of the heap and forget why you wanted to be there in the first place. But not Rascal Flatts. Time and success have only put them closer to their core on Back to Us, their tenth LP that’s both a return to form and a proclamation of everything that this trio has come to represent over nearly two decades. And that’s expert musicianship, razor-sharp vocals and songs that have shaped lives, loves and the genre of country music itself. They’ve won over 40 awards, graced stages around the world and put time into charity organizations that have touched so many lives. But when it came to make their tenth album, they decided to focus on their roots, letting DeMarcus take the primary production reigns, anchored by Rooney’s world class guitar work. And not only did they pick the best songs and work with the best songwriters, they had a hand in writing many of the tracks themselves. That approach is just one of the reasons the music of Rascal Flatts has become a part of the story – those nuptials, graduations, family road trips – of so many.

Back to Us is loaded with those moments that will weave themselves forever into the fabric of the lives of their fans. “I Know You Won’t,” a gorgeous piano-based ballad whose intro conjures up John Lennon’s “Imagine,” is sure to become a timeless melody for anyone facing heartbreak – and a reminder of how LeVox’s voice is not only one of the best in the genre, but beyond. “Love What You’ve Done With the Place” could be a bride and groom’s first dance and “Dance,” the moment when they kick of the wedding shoes and get down. And the album’s gorgeous closing anthem, “Our Night To Shine,” with its spine-tingling chorus, could be as poignant at a prom or on the ear buds of someone out for a run or a job interview, proving that Rascal Flatts have a way of transcending generations like few others. Back To Us is the follow-up to Rewind, the band’s fourth album for Big Machine Records, which gave them their 15th and 16th No. 1 hits with the progressive title cut “Rewind” and the undeniably infectious “I like The Sound Of That.” With tracks produced by both Jay DeMarcus and Howard Benson, they pushed their music to innovative places under the leadership of Big Machine Records President/CEO Scott Borchetta.

Rascal Flatts is also proud of the charity work they have been able to engage in over the years, whether in supporting music education in public schools or raising almost $4 million for Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt where the Rascal Flatts Pediatric Surgery Center was named in recognition of the trio’s long-standing involvement, which also includes an annual fundraising dinner. The trio’s most recent endeavor is working with the Make A Wish Foundation and NFL quarterback’s Tim Tebow Foundation’s “Night to Shine” experience, which hosts proms around the world for special needs students. It’s something they look forward to doing as they support Back to Us, and even put a memento on the record itself: that striking chorus on “Our Night to Shine” features participants from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities.

Available May 19th, the ten songs of Back to Us will be available through standard retailers, with an extra three tracks exclusively through Amazon. And seventeen years from where they began, it’s a sonically thrilling, heart-moving, genre-propelling proclamation that Rascal Flatts are here to stay. They may have mastered their art, but they’re still singing and playing with the same, immovable passion.