Robin Thicke Concert Tickets Available NOW!

6722297_6NeKiF_1364748228While summer may be officially over, the song of the 2013 summer, “Blurred Lines”, continues to be at the top of the music charts. For that reason and rising fame, Robin Thicke has announced a month long concert tour upcoming in 2014 across many cities. The American-Canadian musician is looking forward to supporting his new album on his upcoming tour. Robin Thicke concert tickets will be in high demand due to the success of Thicke in 2013, so purchasing tickets now for the upcoming concert tour will be imperative. Robin Thicke concert tickets will be most affordable if Robin Thicke fans purchase from Epic Nation Tickets.

Robin Thicke comes from two parents who were themselves Hollywood Stars in Alan Thicke and Gloria Loring. Many people then could foreshadow an incredible music career ahead for Robin Thicke. While Robin Thicke has been helping on different music tracks, etc. since 1999, it wasn’t really until “Blurred Lines” came out in the spring of 2013 that he became a household name. The R&B/Hip-Hop musician quickly became a superstar because of that track. In order to assure getting the most premium Robin Thicke tickets, fans are encouraged to use Epic Nation Tickets for great deals on tickets.

The upcoming Robin Thicke concert tour is set to begin on February 21, 2014 in Atlanta. From there Thicke currently is scheduled to play 15 shows thru March 29 in such cities as New York City, Washington DC, Detroit, St Louis, Denver, Seattle, and more. The tour right now is set to conclude in San Francisco on March 29. Cheap Robin Thicke concert tickets are currently available at Epic Nation Tickets.

Epic Nation Tickets is the best source of tickets to all concerts, sports, Broadway shows and Las Vegas acts. All ticket transactions come with a 125% guarantee and impeccable customer service.

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