Thomas Rhett takes over AT&T Stadium for album release concert event on Sept. 23

Check out Thomas Rhett at AT&T Stadium on September 23. Photo Courtesy: Eric Henderson
Check out Thomas Rhett at AT&T Stadium on September 23. Photo Courtesy: Eric Henderson

NASHVILLE — “Thomas Rhett has emerged as one of country’s most ­promising young artists — a standout among a crowded crop of acts” (Billboard) and will continue to lead the pack with his sophomore effort TANGLED UP (The Valory Music Co.) out Sept. 25. In celebration of the new music, on Sept. 23 Thomas Rhett will host a record-breaking concert event “Tangled Up in Texas” with a full set of new music and his chart-topping hits at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Currently at, fans can purchase an event package that includes entry to Thomas Rhett’s performance, optional game entry, an event T-shirt and a digital download of his upcoming album TANGLED UP.

“Going into album release surrounded by some of my biggest fans is exactly how I want to kick off that week,” said Thomas Rhett. “That paired with the fact that we get to play the new record at one of the most iconic stadiums in the world is going to be wild.”

Doors to AT&T stadium will open at 4:00P before fans will literally get “tangled up” to set a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS(TM) for the largest game of TWISTER(R). Hosted by NASH FM’s Shawn Parr, NASH Nights will broadcast live from the event all night long including Thomas Rhett’s 7:30P concert on the stadium field. All children under the age of 12 will be able to attend for free.

PLATINUM-selling Thomas Rhett leads the pack as one of country music’s elite new artists with the fastest rising single of his career, the Top 5 GOLD certified upbeat breakup anthem “Crash And Burn” from his upcoming sophomore release TANGLED UP out Sept. 25 (The Valory Music Co.). As “one of country music’s most successful – and divisive – new artists” (The Guardian), the new music follows his debut album IT GOES LIKE THIS, which spawned three consecutive No. one hits, making him Billboard’s first male country artist to do so from a debut album in over two decades. The CMA and ACM “New Artist of the Year” nominee initially garnered attention as a gifted songwriter with credits including hits by Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean and Lee Brice. It is his “high-energy all the way” (El Paso Times) live show that has “the audience dancing all the way up in the rafters of the stadium” (Billboard) that will continue through the fall when he headlines the CMT Tour beginning in Oct. 29 in New York City.

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