Like nearly every single musician in every single genre of music, Thomas Rhett was forced to reschedule his summer 2020 tour plans due to the COVID-19 pandemic. On Friday (April 16th, 2021), he announced the new dates for his Center Point Road Tour, which will kick off on August 13th in Orange Beach, Alabama, that includes a new date for the show at the Ruoff Music Center outside Indianapolis.

Originally scheduled for September 11th, 2020, then rescheduled for June 17th, 2021, the show will now be moved back just over three months to September 24th. The tour page of Thomas's website shows both dates however, when you click on the ticket link for the June 17th show, it takes you to the LiveNation website which shows the new date in the upper left-hand corner. Ticketmaster only lists the new date on their page with a purple button next to the link to purchase tickets that reads, "Rescheduled Date."

If you bought tickets for either the original September 11th or June 17th date, you're already set. Those will be honored for the new show. If you didn't get tickets for one reason or another and have now decided you'd like to see a concert because you haven't been able to for over a year, lawn tickets are still available for $44.50 each, as are several in the seated sections of the amphitheater ranging between $84.25 and $114.25 each.

[Source: Thomas Rhett on Facebook]

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