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Russell Dickerson’s New Headlining Tour, She Likes It, Kicks Off November 17th

Donna Block
4 min readAug 15, 2022


Triple Tigers Records’ multi-platinum recording artist Russell Dickerson announced his headlining “She Likes It” Tour, kicking off on November 17th in Indianapolis, IN with tickets set to go on pre-sale to the public tomorrow, August 16th at 10:00 a.m local online, with presale code RDFAM2022. A second presale will take place August 17th at 10:00 a.m. local, with a code provided via email to all Dickerson’s Spotify followers. Public on sale will be on Friday, August 19th at 10:00 a.m. Local. Sony Nashville’s Drew Green has been tapped to join Dickerson as direct support on the new 10-city tour engagement.

Earlier this year, Dickerson thrilled audiences across the country with his first headlining tour of the year (All Yours All Night Tour), culminating with a raved-about sold-out show at the famed Ryman Auditorim in Nashville. A denizen of the stage and showman in every respect, Dickerson’s signature high-energy performances have been affectionately coined by fans as “RD parties” — a testament to his unmatched ability to bring down the house and command any crowd.

Before embarking on his newly-announced U.S. run, Dickerson is set to take the second leg of the “All Yours All Night” tour worldwide with headlining dates in the UK and Northern Ireland in the fall with Breland.

“We’re bringing the RD PARTY back on the road to more cities with the She Likes It Tour!” says Dickerson. “We’re gonna be playing tons of that new music too! LETS GO!”

Dickerson recently celebrated the gold certification of recent pop/country hit, “She Likes It (Feat. Jake Scott),” which saw an enormous response since its release earlier this year, reaching #1 on Amazon Daily Country Chart. A quintessential anthem for the Summer, it’s one of the fastest-charting and fastest-moving singles of Dickerson’s career, receiving a whopping 150 million streams to date.

Multi-platinum Nashville-based singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Russell Dickerson has established himself a prolific songwriter and powerhouse showman through memorable high-energy performances and eloquent song craft spiked with spirit.

His gold-certified full-length debut album, Yours, bowed at #5 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart and #1 on the Emerging Artists Chart. Ultimately, it yielded three consecutive #1 smashes, including the triple-platinum “Yours” (christened “one of the hottest wedding songs of the year”), multi-platinum “Blue Tacoma,” and platinum “Every Little Thing.” Nominations piled in from the Academy of Country Music Awards, CMT Music Awards, and iHeartRadio Music Awards. Among his early highlights, he received an ACM nomination in the category of “Best New Male Artist of the Year.” He has electrified audiences on tour with Thomas Rhett, Florida Georgia Line, Darius Rucker, Lady A and Kane Brown, in addition to headlining sold out venues worldwide.

Sustaining a fervent following on social media (fondly referred to as his RD Fam), he launched his YouTube show, “This Is Russ, taking fans deeper into his world.

In 2020, he released his second full-length album, Southern Symphony [Triple Tigers Records], a long-awaited and consummate compilation, layered with hummable country anthems and pop flare.

Led by the platinum-certified #1 single “Love You Like I Used To,” which spent a record-breaking 21 weeks on Billboard Country Airplay’s Top 10, his sophomore release tells his story like never before. The record’s eloquent song craft and airtight melodies showcase all sides of his beloved personality, and the masterful evolution of Russell Dickerson — doting husband, rad dad, and bonafide country music superstar. Presently, Dickerson continues to rack up a series of career highs with the recently announced gold-certification of his latest hit “She Likes It” featuring singer-songwriter Jake Scott which has amassed a whopping 150 million streams to date. Dickerson is expected to release brand new music later this year.

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