Luke Bryan's Kick the Dust Up tour is really just beginning to stir, but it's already something huge and electric! The singer threw a rockin' party in Denver on June 6, bringing along a long list of fellow stars to help kick it off.

Dustin Lynch and Thomas Rhett were the spark to the Bryan's flame, each playing their own sets at Mile High Stadium. Rhett brought his signature dance moves, posting on Twitter saying he was "blown away at the number of people who showed up so early" in Denver. The photos that accompany his words show a nearly packed-out stadium, despite the fact that U2 were playing nearby. Before his set, Lynch was busy giving out tickets to fans and looking for "tailgate parties."

Randy Houser's stage time was cut a little short due to storms. He stopped by Twitter to apologize to his fans after the show, thanking them for coming to see him. Florida Georgia Line got the crowd fired up for an "intense" set, despite the weather.

Then, it was time for Luke Bryan. He played a slew of his hits, including his most recent single "Kick the Dust Up," and to honor the stadium, he put on a 'Mile High' show, even surprising the crowd with a Peyton Manning appearance!

Missed the fun? Check out our photo gallery above for all the highlights from Bryan's Kick the Dust Up tour stop in Denver.

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