Thursday, September 24, 2015 time: TBA
Luke Bryan is set to kick off his next tour dubbed Kick The Dust Up on May 8th. The singer recently announced the tour and has two opening acts: Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch. The tour’s first stop will be in North Dakota.
Bryan will be visiting 50 cities during the tour before it comes to an end in Detroit on October 30th.
Many of the performances will be at stadiums. Fans will be ecstatic to hear that all stadium shoes will include special guests Florida Georgia Line and Thomas Rhett.
Luke Bryan has been active since 2007 and is currently working his fifth album called Spring Break… Checkin’ Out. The album is set to be released on March 16th and will have 5 original songs added to the album.
Bryan has been on the road since 2013 and has yet to wrap up his That’s My Kind of Night Tour in 2015.
The singer will be expected to play all of the fan favorites while on tour, including I See You, This is How We Roll and Country Man. Expect most of the 5 originals from his new album to make the set list in hopes of promoting his latest album.
Randy Houser has been active longer than Bryan. The singer was first heard in 2004 and is best known for his megahits How Country Feels and Runnin’ Outta Moonlight. Both of these singles went platinum and came from his best-selling album How Country Feels.
The latest release from Houser is Like a Cowboy, which was released in 2014.
Randy has been tied to big named acts Trace Adkins and Justin Moore.
The youngest of the performers. Dustin Lynch was introduced in 2011 and has made a name for himself in the past 4 years. The singer has had a lot of success in such a short time with the single Cowboys and Angels going platinum with 952,000 sales.
Lynch released two singles in 2014 from his Where It’s At album with Where It’s At, the single, going Gold with over 598,000 sales to date.
Nominated as Top New Artist in 2014, this is a great addition to the star-studded tour.
Luke Bryan can bring down the house all on his own. One of the best of the best in country music, Bryan’s opening acts will provide a great warmup before Bryan hits the stage with his upbeat sound.