Luke Bryan Invites Fans To ‘Crash My Playa,’ Takes Ice Bucket Challenge

Music Times reports that Luke Bryan has taken the ice bucket challenge and who did he call out for the next one? His good buddy Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum:

“So I’m on the field here at Gillette and Cole Swindell has challenged me to strike out ALS. He’s challenged me. I’m gonna do it and I challenge Charles Kelley of Lady Antebellum. Love you Charles.”

It all went down while Luke Bryan was playing at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, where Luke showed up for more than 60,000 fans. Not only did this show break the attendance record for the entire tour, but it held the added surprise of getting to see Luke Bryan completely drench himself with ice cold water during the show.

Previously, Luke Bryan’s highest attendance during his tour was when he played Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. More than 50,000 people were at that show.

In related news, Luke Bryan is also planning on throwing a huge bash exclusively for his fans in the Maya Riviera in Mexico. Bryan has reportedly booked the dates for January 23-27, and the show is being billed as a “live musical destination concert event,” according to Country Weekly.

Luke Bryan’s close country music pals Florida Georgia Line and Cole Swindell will headline the event. Other acts that are billed to perform at Luke Bryan’s Crash My Playa party? Kelleigh Bannen, Dustin Lynch, Eric Paslay, DJ Rock, and Chris Stapleton.

This will be a rare event for fans of the country music star to have the opportunity to party with one of the biggest names in country music (currently). Interested parties should view details about the four-night/five-day beach party by visiting Luke Bryan’s official Crash My Playa website.

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In other news, recently Bryan also opened up to People magazine in a candid interview to share one of his major quirks:

“Impulse shopping is a quirk of mine. When I want to buy something, I can’t relax until I buy it. If I see an old farm truck I want on my farm … that’s it, I want it. When I moved to Nashville, I didn’t have much money, but I wanted a new guitar and I felt like this one guitar was the one to have, so I dropped, like, two grand on this high-end guitar and it was damn impulsive considering I didn’t have any money. I’ve gotten better, though. I wouldn’t say I like to shop a lot, but when I go out, I get it done and I know what I want.”

Anybody else who an avid impulsive shopper? Raise your hand! Looks like you’re in good company.

[Phot credit: CBS Local]