Keith Urban set to perform in Kelowna

SOLD OUT: Urban has long been hailed as one of the industry’s best live performers.

Keith Urban in concert


As of Friday, May 6, Keith Urban’s Sept. 11 concert at Prospera Place in Kelowna is sold out.

“This show sold out quicker than any other we have ever had,” said Dave Dakers, president of RG Sports and Entertainment.

“We are excited about bringing another great show to Kelowna. This follows a year of sellout shows in 2015 such as Aerosmith, Jason Aldean and Shania Twain.

As of May 6 there were no tickets available. However, as the show is still in its production phase, Dakers said Prospera may be able to release additional tickets in the coming months.

Future announcements will be made via social media and


Keith Urban will be performing in Kelowna Sept. 11.

Urban has long been hailed as one of the industry’s best live performers who gives his fans, old and new alike, electrifying shows with eye-popping production and a set list saturated with many of his 20 No. 1 songs.

‘ripCORD World Tour 2016’ with Dallas Smith and special guest Maren Morris, will debut on Sept. 10, in Vancouver,  kicking off the arena leg of the world tour. Some key highlights of this Grammy Award winner’s Canadian tour include first time performances in Kelowna and Prince George, as well as opening the brand new Rogers Place in Edmonton.

“Our Canadian shows have always been off the hook giant parties,” said Urban. “From the very first shows I ever did, there was a synergy with the audience that’s only grown stronger over the years. I can’t wait to bring the “ripCORD World Tour” to everyone this year.

The ‘ripCORD World Tour 2016’ will now visit three countries, the United States, Canada and Australia. Ripcord, the album will be available beginning Friday, May 6.


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