Catch The Rest Of Luke Bryan Country Music Concerts
Are you going to the Luke Bryan country music concerts “Kill the Lights” mega-tour? You should follow all the developments on major search engines like Yahoo. Mr. Bryan will treat you to a 17 song set list. Featuring his many number one hits and top ten singles from the U.S. Country charts.
Kill the Lights Tour
The Deep South
Picking up the tour in Atlanta. There is a two-day stand on May 20 and 21 at the Aaron’s Amphitheater then you can expect to find Luke on the move. After stops in Baton Rouge then Daytona Beach you can catch him up the east coast.
The East Coast
The show stops in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Before stopping off in Virgina Beach and Bristow, Virginia. Next, he heads to the Central States with his unique brand of country music. After his two-day show in Bristow at Jiffy Lube Live on June 10 and 11.
Central U.S. and Canada
You will find Luke in Columbus’s Ohio Stadium on June 19. Next, he will be off to Canada for two days at the Molson Canadian Amphitheatre. Luke will play Milwaukee and Noblesville before heading back to the east.
Return To The East Coast
July 15 and 16 will find Luke Bryan rocking the Foxborough, MA Gillette Stadium. From there you can expect shows in the northeast. After July 31 at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center in New York the tour curves back inland.
Ohio, Calgary and Central U.S.
August 13 and 14 is in Cincinnati for two days at the Riverbend Music Center. Then the tour is off to Minneapolis, Calgary, and the central United States. Next are three shows in Bonner Springs, Maryland Heights, and Chicago. After that, the tour winds its way out west. Finishing up finally back in Detroit on October 29.
With a few exceptions, you will find exciting acts with the Luke Bryan country music concerts 2016 tour. Most of the tour you can hear Dustin Lynch and the hot music of Little Big Town along with Bryan. In Milwaukee, he will only be with Frankie Ballard. Chris Stapleton will perform along with Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch in Foxborough, Arlington, and Detroit.