Five-time Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan will bring his “Proud To Be Right Here Tour” to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena this Friday, July 30 to perform to a SOLD-OUT hometown crowd. The concert, that also features special guests Dylan Scott and Caylee Hammack along with DJ Rock, is the eighth time Luke has performed for sold-out or beyond capacity crowds in Nashville with back-to-back sold-out dates in Bridgestone Arena in both 2013 and 2017 and in 2015 Luke became the only country act to sell out Vanderbilt Stadium joining an elite list of musicians like the Dave Matthews Band, Paul McCartney, Pink Floyd, the Rolling Stones and U2. In 2018, Luke’s concert on Broadway drew 30,000 fans to celebrate the grand opening of LUKE’S 32 BRIDGE FOOD + DRINK and in 2017 60,000 fans gathered in downtown Music City to see Luke perform from the rooftop of Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge as the Nashville Predators played game 6 for the Stanley Cup. The Tennessean/USA Today previewed the Nashville show HERE.
Between stops on his tour, Luke recently invited People Magazine to his farm outside of Nashville to talk about his life and career and the stories shared in the upcoming Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Dairy, an original five-part docuseries set to premiere on Friday, August 6, exclusively on IMDb TV, Amazon’s premium free streaming service. Luke’s People cover will begin hitting newsstands everywhere on Friday. Read the cover story HERE.
Luke will make additional appearances to talk about the docuseries on LIVE with Kelly & Ryan on Friday, August 6, and Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist on August 8.