Luke Bryan’s upcoming tour will reportedly include three stadium shows, proving that the country music star is quickly moving up into the big leagues.
The “Drunk On You” singer will kick off the second leg of his That’s My Kinda Night Tour on May 3. Since the singer’s popularity continues to grow with each passing month, Bryan will play three stadium shows to accommodate all of those screaming fans.
Luke Bryan has the aforementioned stadium gigs all mapped out for Pittsburgh, Chicago, and Philadelphia. The singer intends to add a little bit of everything to the show in hopes of giving his supporters plenty of bang for their buck.
“My main thing is more lights, more speakers, more video, more camera guys, more things to make it a very special, interactive experience with the fans,” Luke said during a press conference on Tuesday (January 14).
Bryan added, “We’re just so excited about announcing these stadium dates. We’re pretty fired up. The beauty of this career is you guys, the fans keep allowing my years to get better and better. This is obviously the first step in making it an unbelievable year.”
In addition to playing shows at three stadiums during the second leg of his tour, Luke Bryan said that he enjoys getting to spend two nights in some of the scheduled cities. According to the singer, doubling up gives him a chance to take a break from the road.
“To get to do two nights, it’s fun rolling in, doing a show, going riding around the cities, eating some of the local fare. We can sit back and enjoy and be rested for a second show,” Luke Bryan explained during the press conference.
The singer clearly loves spending time with his fans. Luke Bryan continued, “There’s nothing that feels better on this earth to know you’re loved by fans. People to have a great time, for people to come listen to music and make some great memories.”
Check out the complete list of upcoming tour dates below.
May 3 – Vancouver, British Columbia
May 4 – Kelowna, British Columbia
May 6 – Dawson Creek, British Columbia
May 9 – Calgary, Alberta
May 10 – Edmonton, Alberta
May 29 – Charlotte, North Carolina
May 30-31 – Washington, D.C.
June 1 – Holmdel, New Jersey
June 6 – Virginia Beach, Virginia
June 7-8 – Raleigh, North Carolina
June 12-13 – St. Louis, Missouri
June 19 – Detroit, Michigan
June 21 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
July 24 – Birmingham, Alabama
July 25-26 – Atlanta, Georgia
August 15 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
August 16 – Darien Center, New York
August 17 – Saratoga Springs, New York
August 21-22 – Cleveland, Ohio
August 23-24 – Cincinnati, Ohio
August 29-30 – Indianapolis, Indiana
August 31 – Chicago, Illinois
September 11 – Manchester, New Hampshire
September 12 – New York City, New York
September 13 – Hartford, Connecticut
September 18 – San Antonio, Texas
September 19 – Houston, Texas
September 20 – Dallas, Texas
September 26 – Tampa, Florida
September 27 – West Palm Beach, Florida
October 16 – Sacramento, California
October 17 – Concord, California
October 18 – Mountain View, California
October 23 – Phoenix, Arizona
October 24 – San Diego, California
October 25 – Los Angeles, California
Are you planning to catch Luke Bryan during his tour later this year?