(Keith) Urban renewal under way in Tahoe

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Keith Urban will play an encore for Lake Tahoe on Friday.

The country music star from another country, Australia, played before a sellout crowd Wednesday at the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Lake Tahoe. He returns Friday and tickets remain on sale.

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Ticket prices for the July 29 show are $69.50, $89.50 and $125.50 and can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com and APEConcerts.com. The RipCORD World Tour will appear at Harvey’s Outdoor Arena. Brett Eldredge, who has previously toured with Urban, and newcomer Maren Morris will open.

The tour has just five Western stops for the RipCORD World Tour. The Tahoe shows are sandwiched around one at Mountain View’s Shoreline Amphitheater July 28. Urban has the most elaborate stage of Tahoe’s summer series. After Wednesday night, it will all came down and be transported to Mountain View before it’s put back up again at Harveys for Friday’s show. Urban also plays the Los Angeles Staples Center on Oct. 20 and the Las Vegas T-Mobile Center on Oct. 21.

This year is the 13th “modern-day” season for the summer concert series, which began after Harveys and Harrah’s Lake Tahoe merged.

Urban, 48, has had 18 No. songs on Billboard’s country charts and is the winner of four Grammy Awards. This winter, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville has an exhibit celebrating the career of  the Australian, who is married to actress Nicole Kidman, called “Keith Urban, so far …”

Urban also played an outdoor show at Harveys in 2004.

“RipCORD” will be Urban’s eighth studio album to be released in the United States. A couple of singles have already been released, “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16” last June and “Break on Me” in October.

The album will be the follow-up to Urban’s “Fuse,” his fourth No. 1 album, marking the first time in history that a male Country artist had debuted atop the all-genre charts in the U.S., Canada and Australia.

He has collaborated with the Rolling Stones, John Mayer, Steven Tyler, John Fogerty, Alicia Keys, Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift, Vince Gill and Eric Church.

Brett Eldredge, 29, became nationally known in 2013 when he toured with Taylor Swift and released the album “Bring You Back,” which had three No. 1 singles. Maren Morris, 25, is a Dallas native who, like the other two artists, lives in Nashville. She has a hit single, “My Church.”
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RipCORD World Tour
June 2: Kansas City
June 3: St. Louis
June 4: Indianapolis
June 10: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
June 11: Alpharetta, Georgia
June 16: Orange Beach, Alabama
June 17: Tampa, Florida
June 18: West Palm Beach, Florida
June 23: Clarkston, Michigan
June 24: Canandaigua, New York
June 25: Mansfield, Massachusetts
July 2: Gilford, New Hampshire
July 9: Toronto
July 14: Cincinnati
July 15 : Cleveland
July 16: Holmdel, New Jersey
July 21: Salt Lake City
July 22 : Greenwood Village, Colorado
July 23: Albuquerque
July 27 : Lake Tahoe/Stateline, Nevada
July 28: Mountain View, California
July 29 : Lake Tahoe/Stateline, Nevada
Aug. 18: Charlotte, North Carolina
Aug. 19: Raleigh, North Carolina
Aug. 20: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Aug. 25: Syracuse, New York
Aug. 26: Philadelphia
Aug. 27: Washington, D.C.
Oct. 6: Bismarck, North Dakota
Oct. 8: Lincoln, Nebraska
Oct. 13: San Antonio, Texas
Oct. 14: Dallas
Oct. 15: New Orleans
Oct. 20: Los Angeles
Oct. 21: Las Vegas
Oct. 22: Phoenix
Oct. 27: Grand Rapids, Michigan
Oct. 28: Rosemont, Illinois
Oct. 29: Toledo, Ohio
Nov. 4: Milwaukee
Nov. 5: Minneapolis
Nov. 11: Nashville
Nov. 12: Bloomington, Illinois
Nov. 13: Youngstown, Ohio
Nov. 17: Hershey, Pennsylvania
Nov. 18: Uncasville, Connecticut
Nov. 19: Brooklyn, New York

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Tim Parsons is the editor of Tahoe Onstage who first moved to Lake Tahoe in 1992. Before starting Tahoe Onstage in 2013, he worked for 29 years at newspapers, including the Tahoe Daily Tribune, Eureka Times-Standard and Contra Costa Times. He was the recipient of the 2011 Keeping the Blues Alive award for Journalism.

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  1. how did you hear that keith urban will add a show on 7/27? It’s not on ticketmaster, and harvey’s does not have any information other than the one on 7/29. Frustrated because I’ve been trying to get tickets since Friday!

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