Luke Bryan Sells Out Four Shows, Sets Venue Records in Ohio
When Luke Bryan shows up for a concert (or four), he shows up in a big way. The superstar sold out a whopping four shows in Ohio over the weekend, setting records at two different venues!
Bryan’s shows at Cleveland’s Blossom Music Center on Aug. 21 and Aug. 22 — part of his That’s My Kind of Night Tour — make him the very first country act to ever sell out two nights in that venue, and it’s been around for 45 years! He’s also the first act in any genre to sell out two nights since 1993 when New Kids on the Block rocked the city.
Then, it was on to Cincinnati, where Bryan sold out two more shows on Aug. 23 and Aug. 24 at the Riverbend Music Center! The singer was the very first country act to ever play two nights at the venue since its opening in 1984, and he sold them both out within 20 minutes!
But his tour isn’t over yet. Bryan will take it back on the road this weekend for more back-to-back shows, this time in Indianapolis. His final summer stadium show of this tour will happen on Aug. 31 at Soldier Field in Chicago. Then, he’ll stop by Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sept. 12, and then he’ll become the very first country artist to ever play Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center on Sept. 14.
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