Keith Urban to Stop at TD Garden

By on November 24, 2010 in

Australian country sensation Keith Urban will be arriving at Boston’s TD Garden Friday, July 8th as part of his 2011 ‘Get Closer’ U.S. Tour. The 44-date run will begin on Thursday, June 16th at the Mobile Civic Center in Mobile, AL. The Target Center in Minneapolis, MN will mark the final stop on Saturday, October 15th. Other cities to play host to the multi-platinum selling artist include Jacksonville, Charlotte, Newark, Uncasville, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Nashville, Dallas, Buffalo, Los Angeles, Denver and Seattle.

Urban is touring to back his seventh studio project Get Closer. The album just recently dropped in stores on November 16th with week one projections ranging between 160,000-170,000 units sold. Urban is widely known for his touring efforts, co-headlining a nation-wide string of shows in 2008 with Carrie Underwood and continuing on for 31 shows the following summer.  “Playing live is what it’s always been about for me,” Urban said in a statement on his official Web site. “I’ve always felt that the best live concert experiences tap into a deep need in all of us to feel a part of something…to belong.” Check for the best available Keith Urban tickets here at!

Keith Urban 2011 Concert Dates:

June 16  Mobile, AL  Mobile Civic Center
June 17  Jacksonville, FL  Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
June 18  Tampa, FL  St. Pete Times Forum
June 23  Columbia, SC  Colonial Life Arena
June 24  Charlotte, NC  Time Warner Cable Arena
June 25  Raleigh, NC  RBC Center
June 29  St. Louis, MO  Scottrade Center
June 30  Moline, IL  iWireless Center
July 7  Hershey, PA  GIANT Center
July 8  Boston, MA  TD Garden 
July 9  Uncasville, CT  Mohegan Sun Arena
July 14  Newark, NJ  Prudential Center
July 15  Philadelphia, PA  Wells Fargo Center
July 16  Albany, NY  Times Union Center
July 19  Columbus, OH  Nationwide Arena
July 21  Cleveland, OH  Quicken Loans Arena
July 22  Grand Rapids, MI  Van Andel Arena
July 23  Auburn Hills, MI  The Palace of Auburn Hills
July 28  Washington, DC  Verizon Center
July 29  Toledo, OH  The Huntington Center
July 31  Fort Wayne, IN  Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
August 4  Duluth, GA  The Arena At Gwinnett Center
August 6  Nashville, TN  Bridgestone Arena
August 11  Cincinnati, OH  U.S. Bank Arena
August 12  Knoxville, TN  Thompson-Boling Arena
August 13  Augusta, GA  James Brown Arena
August 18  Tulsa, OK  BOK Center
August 19  Kansas City, MO  Sprint Center
August 20  Omaha, NE  Qwest Center Omaha
August 25  Jonesboro, AR  ASU Convocation Center
August 26  Tupelo, MS  BancorpSouth Arena
August 27  Lafayette, LA  Cajundome
August 28  Dallas, TX  American Airlines Center
September 8  Buffalo, NY  HSBC Arena
September 29  Seattle, WA  KeyArena at Seattle Center
October 1  San Jose, CA HP  Pavilion at San Jose
October 2  Sacramento, CA  ARCO Arena
October 4  Fresno, CA  Save Mart Center
October 7  Glendale, AZ Arena
October 8  Los Angeles, CA  Staples Center
October 11  Denver, CO  Pepsi Center
October 13  Milwaukee, WI  Bradley Center
October 14  Rosemont, IL  Allstate Arena
October 15  Minneapolis, MN  Target Center


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