Country music star Toby Keith coming to CUP

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SUMMERSIDE – Country superstar Toby Keith is bringing his ‘Hammer Down Tour’ to Credit Union Place.


An official announcement is expected today.

From his first No. 1 hit song "Should've Been A Cowboy," to his latest release Drinks After Work, Toby Keith has been one of the most consistent self-directed hit makers of his era.

5th String Entertainment has scheduled the country singer’s stop here for Saturday, May 3, at 7:30 p.m.

Keith’s albums have sold more than 38 million copies, ranking him among the top-selling all-genre artists on Billboard's Top 200 Artists of the Decade, but the core of his unparalleled success is his songwriting, which has powered an astounding succession of hit songs.

Keith has received the honor of Songwriter/Artist of the Decade by the Nashville Songwriters Association International, he is a three-time BMI Country Songwriter/Artist of the Year and was named the American Country Awards' Artist of the Decade.

Tickets will be on sale beginning Friday, Jan. 24 at 10 a.m.

Tickets range from $79.95 to $119.95 (including tax plus service charge). Limited number of Toby Keith Hell Raiser tickets available for $35+ applicable fees and will be available at the Credit Union Place box office, by phone at 1-855-985-5000 and online at or

Geographic location: Summerside

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Recent comments

  • Kenny Dixon
    January 18, 2014 - 09:41

    If the Bass is turned up here, like it was at Allan Jackson's concert ; I wouldn't go if they paid me the $100. !.... The Charlottetown Civic Center / Merle Haggard Concert was wonderful and I was 6 rows from the stage at both concerts ; plus in Charlottetown you went right to your seat , not stand in parking lot for an hour .

  • JJ Gallant
    January 17, 2014 - 11:29

    as a summmerside taxpayer i would love to know just how much of our tex dollars are being water on all these 3 hour concerts. i just don't see where the tourism impact is. most people come to town for the show at lets say 6 o'clock and leave at the end of the show three hours later. what a waste of tax payers money.