Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey's | Stateline, Nevada
Fires take over cities around the country as Darius Rucker brings fiery country tunes on his "Starting Fire" tour. One of his stops will be at the Harveys Outdoor Arena on August 19. The Stateline, Nevada, will be experiencing a dose of Darius country charm with performances of "Ol' Church Hymn," "Beers and Sunshine," "Same Beer Different Problem," "If I Told You," and "Need You Now." To give a taste of classic American, Drew Holcomb and his quartet band, the Neighbors, will be joining in on the fun. Expect incredible performances from the band's songs "Find Your People," "I Need To Go Somewhere," "Coming Home," and "Without a Light," among many others. Don't miss this good chance to unwind! Get tickets now!
Darius Rucker is a singer-songwriter and guitarist. He first gained popularity as the frontman of the band Hootie & the Blowfish. After the band's hiatus in 1998, Darius shifted to his solo career. Dabbling in many genres during his solo stint, he has released albums in R&B and country. He reached his fullest potential as a musician in the country, receiving acclaim and accolades throughout the years.
Darius was among the founders of Hootie & the Blowfish when it was established in 1986. As it slowly gained traction, so as his baritone voice, which was called by Time magazine "low, gruff, [and} charismatic." Even after his solo career brought him exponential success, his loyalty to the band remained. His solo career came after the decade-long hiatus of the band. At first, he decided to do R&B but was unsuccessful. Six years later, he moved on to the country scene, signing with Capitol Records Nashville. His first country single, "Don't Think I Don't Think About It," indicated his big chances of succeeding in the scene. His five albums would then become country hits; "Learn to Live" (2008), "Charleston, SC 1966" (2010), "True Believers" (2013), "Southern Style" (2015), and "When Was the Last Time" (2017).
On his "Starting Fire" tour this year, Darius Rucker will be performing at the Harveys Outdoor Arena on Saturday, August 19. Opening for him will be the quartet country band Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, best known for their songs "Family" and "Fire and Dynamite." Tickets are now on sale, and you can purchase yours by hitting the "Get Tickets" link.