LUKE BRYAN SELLS OUT TCF BANK STADIUM
Luke Bryan, the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year and co-host of the 50th ACM Awards, sold-out Minneapolis’ TCF Bank Stadium with today’s on sale event for the concert slated for June 20 on his “Kick The Dust Up Tour.” Today’s feat continues Luke’s impressive run of stadium sell-outs during his 2014 concerts held at Heinz Field, Gillette Stadium, Lincoln Financial Field, and Soldier Field.
Additional stadium shows on the 2015 “Kick The Dust Up Tour” includes Denver’s Sports Authority Field at Mile High on June 6, Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville on July 11; Cincinnati’s Paul Brown Stadium on July 18; Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco on August 29; the FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland on September 5; and wrapping the tour at Ford Field in Detroit on October 30. Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch will open the “Kick The Dust Up Tour” and Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett and DJ Rock will add as special guests on the stadium shows, except in Detroit. Go to www.lukebryan.com for additional information.
Last weekend, Luke kicked off the winter leg of his sold-out “That’s My Kind of Night Tour” and served as the celebrity Grand Marshall for the Krewe of Endymion Parade at Mardi Gras as well as headlining the evening’s black-tie concert event, Endymion Extravaganza. Over 20,000 tickets were sold for the concert at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the most ever. After this weekend’s concerts Luke will head for his first concerts in Europe.
On March 10, Luke will release his seventh Spring Break album, “Spring Break…Checkin’ Out.” This will be the final project of Luke’s Spring Break series and will be available in stores as well as digitally. The collection of previous Spring Break releases combined have over 1.1 million sales to date. Luke will return to Panama City Beach for two free shows on March 11 & 12 at Spinnaker Beach Club where last year’s concerts brought in a combined 230,000 fans.
This May, the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will unveil a new exhibit highlighting special treasures from Luke’s career giving fans an inside look to one of country music’s hottest entertainers. The exhibit will run through November 2015.