Luke Bryan Prepares to Tour Yet Again

October 21, 2013

For country superstar Luke Bryan, it seems that along with big trucks and tan- legged girls, touring is something he just can’t get enough of.

The 37- year- old Georgia native is currently in Florida performing his Dirt Road Diaries tour which will end Oct. 26 in West Palm Beach. From there, he will take less than three months off to get back on the road and kick off the That’s My Kind of Night tour in Columbus, Ohio on Jan. 16.

Bryan will headline 18 cities and welcomes openers Cole Swindell and Lee Brice who each co-wrote  songs on Bryan’s new album.


If you missed out on the Dirt Road Diaries Tour, be sure to buy tickets for this one! Bryan is a very memorable performer who loves to booty shake and won”t miss an opportunity to take a selfie on a fan”s phone. When I saw him last year in Tallahassee, the singer surprised the crowd when he took to a piano (that rose up right in front of me and I almost fainted) and did a slower cover of “Do I,” one of his most popular songs from a few years ago. He also sang Adele”s “Someone Like You” while playing piano effortlessly. On his most recent show two nights ago in Memphis, he apparently did not only a Rihanna cover, but Justin Bieber”s boyfriend… GASP! He”s been performing a few songs from the new album, but not liquid cleanser and an additional 8 Maximum Strength Body tea Capsules. many. The upcoming tour is sure to feature more of these songs. If best online casino you have not bought Crash My Party yet, you can do so here: You will not regret it!

And if you can”t wait until then, be sure to watch the CMA Awards on Nov. 6 on ABC, Bryan will be performing and is nominated for three awards including Entertainer and Male Vocalist of the Year. Hopefully he will pick up one of these awards!

Ticket information is still in the works, but check out the tour dates below as well as the new music video for the song which titles the tour.

Jan. 16: Columbus, Ohio
Jan. 17: Lexington, Ky.
Jan. 18: Knoxville, Tenn.
Jan. 23: Uncasville, Conn.
Jan. 25: New York City
Jan. 30: Lubbock, Texas
Jan. 31: Oklahoma City

Feb. 6: Moline, Ill.
Feb. 7: Cedar Falls, Iowa
Feb. 8: Omaha, Neb.
Feb. 13: Greensboro, N.C.
Feb. 14: Wilkes Barre, Pa.
Feb. 15: Atlantic City, N.J.
Feb. 28: Fargo, N.D.

March 1: Bismarck, N.D.
March 2: St. Paul, Minn.
March 7: Memphis, Tenn.
March 8: Bossier City, La.

-Brooke P.


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