Kenny Rogers’ Farewell Tour Spans U.S., Europe, Asia

Kenny Rogers

Kenny Rogers has announced the first leg of dates for his final tour, titled The Gambler’s Last Deal. In addition to dozens of U.S. concerts, the 77-year-old singer has scheduled stops in Singapore, Thailand, The Phillippines, Scotland, The Netherlands, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

The tour will begin May 13 in Mahnohmen, Minnesota. Linda Davis will be the special guest on all dates. Charlie Worsham will appear on select dates in Europe.

“I’m excited about making one more sweep around the world,” Rogers said. “For more than five decades, I’ve been fortunate enough to have such wonderful, loyal audiences, and their support has meant so much. This final tour is going to be a celebration of all of my music, and I know each night will be truly special.”

The Gambler’s Last Deal concerts will include a reflective look back through Rogers’ 50-plus-year career. Enhanced with personal stories, vintage photos and video clips—including never-before-seen footage—the retrospective will touch on every part of Rogers’ career. Along with his long list of hits, Rogers plans to sing songs he hasn’t performed in years. The show is produced by veteran producer Kelly Junkermann.

A very limited number of VIP ticket packages will be offered, allowing fans the opportunity to meet Rogers and receive one-of-a-kind The Gambler’s Last Deal memorabilia. Two types of VIP packages are available for each show of the tour.

The Gambler’s Last Deal Tour Dates

May 13: Mahnomen, Minnesota; Shooting Star Casino
May 14: Red Wing, Minnesota; Treasure Island Resort & Casino
May 15: Clear Lake, Iowa; Surf Ballroom
May 21: Rochester, New York; Kodak Center for Performing Arts
May 22: Montclair, New Jersey; Wellmont Theater
May 26: Portland, Maine; Maine State Pier
May 27: Watertown, New York; Watertown Fairgrounds Arena
May 28: Salamanca, New York; Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino

June 4: Crockett, Texas; Crockett Civic Center: SOLD OUT
June 17: Vienna, Virgina; The Filene Center at Wolf Trap
June 19: Atlanta, Georgia; Chastain Park Amphitheater
June 22: Del Mar, California; San Diego County Fair
June 24: Lincoln, California; Thunder Valley Casino Resort
June 25: Laughlin, Nevada; The E Center: Edgewater Casino Resort
June 26: Phoenix, Arizona; Comerica Theatre
June 28: Santa Rosa, California; Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
June 29: Saratoga, California; The Mountain Winery
June 30: Thousand Oaks, California; Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza

July 1: Bakersfield, California; Bright House Networks Amphitheatre
July 2: Indio, California; Fantasy Springs Resort Hotel & Casino
July 9: Grand Ronde, Oregon; Spirit Mountain Casino
July 14: Tulsa, Oklahoma; Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa
July 15: Enid, Oklahoma; Enid Event Center
July 16: Stockdale, Texas; Kosciusko Hall
July 22: Anderson, Indiana; Hoosier Park Racing & Casino
July 23: Kettering, Ohio; Fraze Pavilion
July 24: Highland Park, Illinois; Ravinia Festival
July 31: Columbus, Ohio; Ohio State Fair

August 6: Singapore, Singapore; Star Theatre
August 9: Bangkok, Thailand; Royal Paragon Hall
August 11: Manila, Philippines; Araneta Coliseum

September 4: Nichols, New York; Tioga Downs
September 16: Morristown, New Jersey; Mayo Performing Arts Center

October 6: North Little Rock, Arkansas; Verizon Arena
October 7: Memphis, Tennessee; Orpheum Theatre
October 8: New Orleans, Louisiana; Saenger Theatre
October 31: Glasgow, Scotland; The SSE Hydro*

November 3: Amsterdam Zuid, The Netherlands; Heineken Music Hall*
November 7: Dublin, Ireland; 3Arena*
November 8: Belfast, United Kingdom; SSE Arena*
November 10: London, United Kingdom; Palladium*
November 12: London, United Kingdom; Eventim Apollo*

* with Charlie Worsham


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