Luke Bryan Adds Second Leg of 2014 That’s My Kind of Night Tour, Including Stadiums!
Luke Bryan made a big announcement Tuesday morning (Jan. 14), and it involves his tour bus, fans, great opening acts and stadiums!
The singer — who now has eight No. 1 singles and has sold over 4 million records — will head out on the second leg of his 2014 That’s My Kind of Night Tour starting May 3 and leading into the summer.
“There’s nothing that feels better on this earth to know you’re loved by fans,” Bryan revealed during the press conference, adding that he hopes his concerts will allow “… people to have a great time, for people to come listen to music and make some great memories.”
Not only will the second leg of the tour offer fantastic openers – Cole Swindell and Lee Brice will continue on the road with Bryan — but the run will also be hitting up a few impressive stadiums, which is a first for the star as a headliner.
Bryan announced that he’ll be playing at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on June 21 with his buddy Dierks Bentley. Bryan opened up for superstar Kenny Chesney in the same venue just a few years ago, and now he’s the headliner.
He’ll also hit up Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field on Aug. 15 with Swindell and Brice, and to add even more excitement, Bryan mentioned there will be a few more surprises for that show. Bryan will also be playing at Soldier Field in Chicago on Aug. 31 with Bentley, Brice and Swindell.
In addition to the stadium shows, the singer will be doubling up his nights in some cities. Expect tickets to still fly out of the box offices, as Bryan’s last tour dates sold out within minutes, and every show was sold out.
Bryan still has a few more tricks up his sleeve and teased more surprises to come, so hold tight!
More Luke Bryan 2014 That’s My Kind of Night Tour Dates:
5/3 — Vancouver, BC | Rogers Arena
5/4 — Kelowna, BC | Prospera Place
5/6 — Dawson Creek, BC | Encana Event Centre
5/9 — Calgary, AB | Scotiabank Saddledome
5/10 — Edmonton, AB | Rexall Place
5/29 — Charlotte, N.C. | PNC Music Pavilion
5/30 — Washington, D.C. | Jiffy Lube Live
6/1 — Holmdel, N.J. | PNC Bank Arts Center
6/6 — Virginia Beach, Va. | Farm Bureau Live
6/7 — Raleigh, N.C. | Walnut Creek Ampitheatre
6/17 — St. Louis, Mo | Verizon Wireless Ampitheater
6/19 — Detroit, Mich. | DTE Energy Center
6/21 — Pittsburgh, Pa. | Heinz Field
7/24 — Birmingham, Ala. | Oak Mountain Ampitheatre
7/26 — Atlanta, Ga. | Aaron’s Ampitheatre at Lakewood
8/15 — Philadelphia, Pa. | Lincoln Financial Field
8/16 — Darien Center, N.Y. | Darien Lakes Performing Arts Center
8/17 — Saratoga Springs, N.Y. | Saratoga Performing Arts Center
8/22 — Cleveland, Ohio | Blossom Music Center
8/23 — Cincinnati, Ohio | Riverbend Music Center
8/30 — Indianapolis, Ind. | Klipsch Music Center
8/31 — Chicago, Ill. | Soldier Field
9/11 — Manchester, N.H. | Verizon Wireless Arena
9/12 — New York City, N.Y. | Madison Square Garden
9/13 — Hartford, Ct. | Comcast Theatre
9/18 — San Antonio, Texas | AT&T Center
9/19 — Houston, Texas | Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
9/20 — Dallas, Texas | Gexa Energy Pavilion
9/26 — Tampa, Fla. | MidFlorida Credit Union Ampitheatre
9/27 — West Palm Beach, Fla. | Cruzan Ampitheatre
10/16 — Sacramento, Calif. | Sacramento Valley Ampitheatre
10/17 — Concord, Calif. | Sleep Train Pavilion at Concord
10/18 — Mountain View, Calif. | Shoreline Ampitheatre
10/23 — Phoeniz, Ariz. | Ak-Chin Pavilion
10/24 — San Diego, Calif. | Sleep Train Ampitheatre
10/25 — Los Angeles, Calif. | Hollywood Bowl