Luke Bryan Sells Out Sixth Stadium Show in a Row
Luke Bryan may be kicking the dust up on his latest tour, but that's not stopping fans from flocking to his stadium stops, even if it does mean getting a little dirty.
Fresh off a Male Video of the Year CMT Award and playing for a record breaking crowd during CMA Music Festival, Bryan played three consecutive sold-out shows in Tulsa, Okla., Bonner Springs, Kan. and at Minneapolis’ TCF Stadium this past weekend. The sold-out stadium show marks Luke’s sixth consecutive stadium sell out.
Though this is quite the feat for the hip-shaking "Kick the Dust Up," singer, Bryan is nowhere near close to being done. He still has a long list of tour stops ahead of him with openers Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch, including four more stadium shows that will feature Florida Georgia Line, as well as several back-to-back shows in the same city.
“The ability to go into a city and stay two nights is something I could have only ever dreamed of,” Bryan said in a press conference to announce the tour earlier this winter. “To be able to roll your world, your tour bus, in and set up a fun little backstage area — it’s amazing we’re in this spot. I can’t thank you fans enough.”
Bryan will continue to be on the road through October with shows, more like giant parties, all across the country. He is also prepping the release of his fifth studio album, Kill The Lights, which is slated to be available Aug. 7.
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