Rod Stewart announced back in December that he and Steve Winwood would be heading out on the Live The Life Tour this spring. The tour has now been pushed back to a fall start, in October.
RodStewart.com posted this message explaining the reschedule: “To accommodate the finishing pre-production and spring promotion of his first original rock studio album in almost 20 years, Rod Stewart has pushed back his Spring tour with Steve Winwood — which will now begin in October.” All tickets already sold will be honored for their rescheduled concert. Refunds will be made available until February 22nd, at point of purchase. Rescheduled “Live the Life Tour” dates are:
- October 17 – Greensboro, Greensboro Coliseum
- October 19 – Atlanta, Philips Arena
- October 24 Chicago, United Center
- October 26 Detroit, Palace of Auburn Hills
- December 4 Boston, TD Garden
- December 7 Newark, Prudential Center
- December 9 New York City, Madison Square Garden
- December 11 Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
- December 14 Montreal, Bell Centre
- December 15 Toronto, Air Canada Centre
– Steve Wiseman / 104.3 WOMC
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