Luke Bryan

Luke Bryan Tour 2018 - 2019

Upcoming Concerts (5)

Friday Mar 22 2019 Osceola Heritage Park · Kissimmee, FL, US
Friday Apr 26 2019 Empire Polo Field · Indio, CA, US
Saturday May 04 2019 Toyota Stadium Dallas · Frisco, TX, US
Thursday Jun 13 2019 Jam Ranch · Mack, CO, US
Friday Jun 21 2019 Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island · Chicago, IL, US

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Scotty McCreery Scotty McCreery 10 gigs to Apr 26, 2019
Alan Jackson Alan Jackson 17 gigs to Sep 21, 2019
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Jake Owen Jake Owen 4 gigs to Aug 01, 2019
Justin Moore Justin Moore 16 gigs to Jul 14, 2019
Eli Young Band Eli Young Band 14 gigs to May 04, 2019
Kip Moore Kip Moore 21 gigs to May 11, 2019
Hunter Hayes Hunter Hayes 5 gigs to Mar 10, 2019
America America 15 gigs to Jun 14, 2019
Josh Turner Josh Turner 21 gigs to Aug 04, 2019
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Chase Rice Chase Rice 11 gigs to Mar 10, 2019

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About Luke Bryan

Thomas Luther "Luke" Bryan is a American country music singer and songwriter. On October 11, 2012, Bryan announced his first headlining tour which is called Dirt Road Diaries Tour, supporting his EP Spring Breakā€¦Here to Party and his fourth studio album Crash My Party. The tour began in January 2013, in Evansville, Indiana and finished in October 2013, in West Palm Beach, Florida. In 2013, singer embarked on the That's My Kind of Night Tour. Kick the Dust Up Tour was the third headlining concert tour by Luke Bryan, with Georgia Line, Randy Houser, Dustin Lynch, Thomas Rhett and DJ Rock as support acts. On October 20, 2015, singer announced the Kill the Lights Tour, in support of his fifth studio album Kill the Lights. In November 2016, Bryan announced the tour would continue into 2017.