Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Luke Bryan At Gillette Stadium

Luke Bryan Crushes His First Two-Night Stadium Stand
At Gillette Stadium In Boston
Upcoming Stadium Concerts Include
Minneapolis, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit

Nashville – (July 19, 2016) – This past weekend, reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan  played his first two-night stadium stand at Gillette Stadium in Boston (Foxborough) – home to four-time Super Bowl Champions New England Patriots and the first of five stadiums Bryan will play this year on his Kill The Lights Tour. Bryan was joined this weekend by Little Big Town, Chris Stapleton, Dustin Lynch and DJ Rock.  View an excerpt from the show HERE.
Luke made headlines at the Boston Globe with his “winning moves” and was touted as “a virtuoso”.  The Sun Chronicle headline emphasized Luke being in his “musical prime” and “keeping the audience on their feet.” 

Luke’s upcoming stadium concerts include the grand opening of U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN on August 19, the new home of the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings, his debut at the iconic Wrigley Field in Chicago on August 27 and the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX on October 22. He closes out the tour on October 29 with a return to Ford Field in Detroit, MI. 

For information on tickets go to www.ticketmaster.com. Citi is the official credit card of the Kill The Lights Tour. Live Nation is the national tour promoter.

The Kill The Lights Tour is in promotion of Luke’s Platinum-selling, No. 1 debuting Kill The Lights album which became the best-selling country album of 2015 and the 10th biggest selling album on the all-genre Billboard Top 200 Year-End list. Kill The Lights contains four consecutive No. 1 singles, “Kick The Dust Up,” “Strip It Down,” the two-week No. 1 single “Home Alone Tonight” featuring Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town and most recently “Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Everyday.”
Kill The Lights Tour
7-21                 Scranton, PA                         The Pavilion at Montage Mountain
7-22                 Pittsburgh, PA                       First Niagara Pavilion
7-23                 Pittsburgh, PA                       First Niagara Pavilion
7-28                 Canandaigua, NY                 Constellation Brands Marvin Sands PAC
7-29                 Philadelphia, PA                    BB&T Pavilion
7-30                 Philadelphia, PA                    BB&T Pavilion
7-31                 Saratoga Springs, NY           Saratoga Performing Arts Center
8-11                 Cleveland, OH                       Blossom Music Center
8-12                 Cleveland, OH                       Blossom Music Center
8-13                 Cincinnati, OH                      Riverbend Music Center
8-14                 Cincinnati, OH                      Riverbend Music Center
8-19                 Minneapolis, MN                 U.S. Bank Stadium
8-21                 Calgary, AB                          Country Thunder Calgary*
8-25                 Kansas City, MO                   Providence Medical Center Amphitheater
8-26                 St. Louis, MO                       Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
8-27                 Chicago, IL                          Wrigley Field
9-1                   Charlotte, NC                        PNC Music Pavilion
9-2                   Raleigh, NC                           Walnut Creek Amphitheater
9-3                   Raleigh, NC                           Walnut Creek Amphitheater
9-8                   Brookings, SD                       Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium
9-9                   Denver, CO                           Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
9-10                 Denver, CO                           Dick’s Sporting Goods Park
9-15                 Sacramento, CA                   Toyota Amphitheatre
9-16                 Mountain View, CA               Shoreline Amphitheatre
9-17                 Chula Vista, CA                    Sleep Train Amphitheater
9-22                 Phoenix, AZ                          Ak-Chin Pavilion
9-23                 Los Angeles, CA                   Forum
9-24                 Irvine, CA                              Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
9-30                 Salt Lake City, UT                USANA Amphitheatre
10-1                 Salt Lake City, UT                 USANA Amphitheatre
10-2                 Las Vegas, NV                       Luxor Festival Grounds / Route 91*
10-22               Arlington, TX                       AT&T Stadium ***
10-29               Detroit, MI                            Ford Field
Dates and Cities subject to change
*festival date
**no Little Big Town
***Chris Stapleton joins  
Since the debut of his first album in 2007, Luke has placed 16 singles at No. 1 and sold nearly eight million albums with 30 million digital tracks from his five studio albums. He has twice been named Entertainer of the Year by both the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association. His fifth studio album, Kill The Lights, debuted at No. 1 on both the Billboard Top 200 (his third to do so) and Top Country Albums charts and closed 2015 with the best-selling country album of the year and the 10th biggest selling album on the all-genre Billboard Top 200 Year-End list. In Luke’s stellar 2015 year, he performed for 1.5 million fans in concert, had three albums on the Top 15 Year-End Country Albums list- Kill the Lights (#1), Spring Break…Checkin’ Out (#10) and Crash My Party (#15), was the most streamed artist of 2015, placed six songs in the Year-End Top Country Streaming Tracks list, had his own exhibit at The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (“Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diary”), performed live during halftime at the Dallas Cowboys game on Thanksgiving and wrapped up the year with a live Times Square performance on ABC’s “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve.” Luke recently co-hosted the ACM Awards for a fourth consecutive year and is performing in venues and stadiums across the U.S. on his “Kill The Lights Tour” through this fall.  
For up to date information on Luke, the tour and tickets go to www.lukebryan.com or www.livenation.com.