Lionel Richie Launches ‘All The Hits’ Tour With Mariah Carey

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Ok, lets add this to the list of things we DIDN’T see coming. In announcement made just this morning, one of the legends of R&B music, Mr. Lionel Richie has made an extension to his ever ongoing ‘All The Hits‘ series of tours that he’s done over the year. On past versions of the show, he’s gone out on the road by himself, and other times he’s brought along a special guest. For 2017, it looks like he’s bringing one of his friends with a HIGH amount of star power.

In an interesting pairing, The Elusive Chanteuse, Ms. Mariah Carey will be an addition to his tour. Mimi has been all over the place in regards to live shows on her own as of lately, so it’s rather surprising that she’s on this show bill.

Joint tours have been seeming to work in really good favor for some artists as of lately. Mary J. Blige & Maxwell‘s ‘King & Queen of Hearts’ Tour has done exceptionally well. My only question about the ‘hits’ tour is WHO will be the headliner?

Anyways, the 35 city North American tour kicks off on March 15th in Baltimore, MD at the Royal Farms Arena before finishing up in May.

Presale tickets went on sale today at 4 PM for her Lambs through her Honey B. fan access website, while general tickets hit the market Saturday, December 17th via Live Nation. If you have a devout Mariah or Lionel fan in your life, this would be the PERFECT holiday gift to get them! Peep all the tour dates below.

Lionel Richie & Mariah Carey ‘All The Hits’ Tour Dates 2017:

Mar. 15 – Baltimore, MD., Royal Farms Arena
Mar. 17 – Newark, NJ., Prudential Center
Mar. 18 – Philadelphia, PA., Wells Fargo Center
Mar. 21 – Pittsburgh, PA., PPG Paints Arena
Mar. 24 – St. Paul, MN., Xcel Energy Center
Mar. 25 – Chicago, IL., United Center
Mar. 28 – Grand Rapids, MI., Van Andel Arena
Mar. 30 – Toronto, ON., Air Canada Centre
Apr. 1 – New York, NY., Madison Square Garden
Apr. 5 – Cleveland, OH., Quicken Loans Arena
Apr. 7 – Boston, MA., TD Garden
Apr. 8 – Uniondale, NY., Nassau Coliseum
Apr. 11 – Detroit, MI., The Palace of Auburn Hills
Apr. 14 – Columbus, OH., Schottenstein Center
Apr. 16 – Kansas City, MO., Sprint Center
Apr. 18 – St. Louis, MO., Scottrade Center
Apr. 21 – Tulsa, OK., BOK Center
Apr. 23 – Denver, CO., Pepsi Center
Apr. 25 – Salt Lake City, UT., Vivint Smart Home Arena
Apr. 27 – Vancouver, BC., Rogers Arena
Apr. 28 – Seattle, WA., Key Arena
Apr. 30 – Oakland, CA., Oracle Arena
May 2 – Sacramento, CA., Golden 1 Center
May 5 – Los Angeles, CA., Hollywood Bowl
May 6 – Los Angeles, CA., Hollywood Bowl
May 8 – San Diego, CA., Viejas Arena
May 10 – Anaheim, CA., Honda Center
May 13 – Houston, TX., Toyota Center
May 15 – Dallas, TX., American Airlines Center
May 18 – New Orleans, LA., Smoothie King Center
May 20 – Nashville, TN., Bridgestone Arena
May 21 – Charlotte, NC., Spectrum Center
May 24 – Atlanta, GA., Philips Arena
May 26 – Tampa, FL., Amalie Arena
May 27 – Fort Lauderdale, FL., BB&T Center

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