Get ready for some smooth country music as Capitol Nashville’s Luke Bryan continues to sweep the country by storm.
Luke Bryan’s 2016 Concert Tour kicked off last February 18 at the Ford Center, Evansville Indiana featuring the songs from his fifth studio album, Kill the Lights, along with other fan favorites from his earlier albums, 2009’s Doin’ My Thing and 2011’s Tailgates and Tanlines, among others.
Kill the Lights Concert Tour Schedule gets extended…again
Bryan’s show just keeps on getting bigger and bigger with more additional dates and shows filling the artist’s calendar until October of this year. This is simply something you’d fully expect from a country superstar and a two-time recipient of Country Music Awards’ Entertainer of the Year.
Country music fans all over the country simply can’t get enough of this Southern Georgia-born artist, filling up stadiums and ballparks just to dance to the tune of Crash My Party or sing out the lyrics of Strip It Down.
Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch joins the party
The well-known country quartet Little Big Town will join Luke Bryan in most of his scheduled tour. This beloved group is composed of Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Philip Sweet and Jimi Westbrook. Their songs Pontoon and Girl Crush were certified number one in the charts and are included in the Hot Country Songs.
Also, joining the fray is pretty cowboy Dustin Lynch who sang 2014Billboard’s Country Airplay’s number one hit Where It’s At (Yep, Yep), followed by another number one hit in 2015, Hell of a Night.
Kill The Lights Tour: Where it’s headed
So far, fans from Illinois, Iowa, Quebec, Connecticut, New Mexico, Louisiana, and Arkansas had all gotten a taste of Bryan’s concert tour. He is scheduled to play in this April in the following states:
- Charleston, West Virginia (April 7)
- Baltimore, Maryland (April 8)
- Syracuse, New York (April 9)
- Toledo, Ohio (April 14)
- State College in Philadelphia (April 15)
- Charlottesville, Virginia (April 16)
- Missoula and Bozeman, Montana (April 20-23)
- Concord, California (April 29), and
- Fresno, California (April 30)
That’s just their schedule in for April. Check out your ticket sales provider for the full schedule of Bryan’s Kill The Lights Concert Tour.
So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets and see for yourself what sets this two-time ACM Entertainer of the Year awardee apart from other country superstars.