Singer Bonnie Raitt takes the stage tonight at Dallas’ AT&T Performing Arts Center, in the Winspear Opera House to a sold out audience, but last-minute Bonnie Raitt tickets are still available via secondary markets, according to online ticket seller, ConcertBank.com. The available tickets listed on the site include seats in the orchestra, as well as highly prized seats in the Grand Tier, Dress Circle and Mezzanine levels.
The iconic singer announced this year’s tour in November, in conjunction with the release of her latest studio album, Dig in Deep. The album is Raitt’s 17th studio album, her 20th album overall, and her first new release since 2012’s highly successful “Slipstream.” This year’s tour, Dig in Deep, also marks her return to the road after a four-year hiatus from touring. The new album release and a round of special appearances on such shows as Good Morning America have spiked ticket sales, resulting in sold out shows for most of the remaining concert tour. Raitt has recently announced a lineup of fall tour dates that will keep the 66-year-old singer on the road until late November.
The Dig in Deep tour features Raitt backed by her long-time touring band, which also backs her on the recently released album. Her chemistry with this lineup, which includes ames “Hutch” Hutchinson (bass), Ricky Fataar (drums), George Marinelli (guitar), and Mike Finnigan (keyboards), has been called “exquisite” by the Chicago Tribune, and “perfect” by the Boston Globe. The tour’s opener, the California Honeydrops, has also wowed concert audiences with its energetic blend of R&B, California soul and psychedelic funk.
The 2016 tour features a lineup of major North American cities and the grand concert venues of Europe. Raitt will also be performing at ACL Live in Austin tomorrow night, and at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival on April 28, before rounding out the month and her Texas tour dates with an April 29 concert at Houston’s Renvention Center.
The two-hour show has received rave reviews since its late-March kickoff, garnering such praises as “one of the best bands on the road today” from Billboard and being called “relentlessly generous” and “brilliant – smooth and slinky to gritty and dirty.”
As she often does, Raitt will be contributing one dollar for every ticket sold to grassroots local, national and regional organizations that focus on environmental protection, social justice issues, safe and sustainable energy production and blues/music education.
According to ConcertBank.com’s listings, there are fewer than 100 Bonnie Raitt tickets available on the secondary market for the Dallas show, but the inventory changes frequently, so fans might find last-minute tickets available for immediate delivery throughout the day. The site also lists Bonnie Raitt tickets for upcoming shows through November.
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