Superstar country trio Rascal Flatts will appear at the Pensacola Civic Center on Sept. 28. / Special to GoPensacola.com
Racal Flatts fans, next time you're singing along to "Take Me There," the "there" will be the Pensacola Civic Center.
And the when will be Sept. 28, as that's the day the superstar country trio will be back in Pensacola for another sure-to-sell-out concert, according to concert industry trade website Pollstar. The tour for the band's seventh straight chart-topping album on the Billboard Country Albums chart, "Changed," will bring the band back to the Civic Center stage, where it last performed in 2006. The trio's last performance in the area was in 2010 at the Amphitheater at The Wharf in Orange Beach, Ala.
Rascal Flatts has topped the country singles charts 12 times, most recently with "Banjo," the debut single from "Changed." Other chart-topping hits for the band include "What Hurts the Most," "Here Comes Goodbye" and "My Wish."
Joining Rascal Flatts for the September show will be fellow country hitmakers Little Big Town, who had a smash success in 2010 with the album "The Reason Why" and its single, "Little White Church." The band is currently climbing the charts with "Pontoon," the lead single from its as-yet-untitled follow-up album.
Rising country band Edens Edge, whose hits include "Amen" and "Too Good to Be True," will open the show.
Ticket information and on-sale dates were not immediately available.