Updated: Jun 9, 2023 | 4:20 PM
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Now that the electrifying 21st season of “American Idol” has come to an end, it’s time for judge Luke Bryan to officially leave the studio and return to venues across North America.
From June to October, the “Play It Again” singer will tour 54 stadiums, arenas, festivals, amphitheaters, Visit the stage, pavilion.
The country star will also make quite a few stops in New York and New Jersey along the way.
First, on June 15th, he will be at St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater in Syracuse.
It will then take place at the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center in Darien Center, New York on June 16th, the Freedom Mortgage Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey on June 23rd, and the PNC Bank in Holmdell, New Jersey on June 24th. The Arts Center will perform at the Jones Beach Theater in Wonder, New York in July. 6.
But what we love about this tour is the availability of affordable seats at most concerts.
At the time of this article’s publication, some tickets were being sold on Vividsheet for as low as $32, excluding fees.
Tickets for all shows aren’t that cheap, but most show prices range from $35 to $130. It depends on which show you attend.
Want to know which Luke Bryan show means the most to you?
Keep scrolling. Everything you need to know is below.
All prices above are subject to inflation.
Luke Bryan’s 2023 tour schedule
Bryan’s 54 tour dates include Denver (July 29), Nashville (August 12), Las Vegas (September 2-9), Dallas (September 28) and Green Bay (October). 29th) and other major cities in the United States. 13).
The show ends October 28 at Credit One Stadium in Charleston, South Carolina.
Which concert is closest to you?
A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to purchase tickets for all shows can be found here.
luke bryan festival appearances
In addition to the tour, Bryan will headline a multi-day quartet festival this summer.
We’ve rounded up all the important details you need to know about the four weekends of luxury below.
|Luke Bryan 2023 Festival Appearance|
|CMA Music Festival
June 8-11 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee
Jason Aldean, Diax Bentley, Luke Combs, Eric Church, Ashley McBride
July 6-8 at Hickory Hill Lakes, Fort Loramie, Ohio
Tim McGraw, Diax Bentley, Jelly Roll, John Purdy, The Brothers Osborne
|Faster Horse Festival
July 14-16 at the Faster Horse Festival Grounds in Brooklyn, Michigan
Zak Brown Band, Shania Twain, Dustin Lynch, Dwight Yoakam, Billy Carrington
|Windy City Smokeout Festival
July 13-16, Chicago, IL
Zach Bryan, Darius Rucker, Zak Brown Band, Joe Dee Messina, Randy Rogers Band
Luke Bryan’s opening act
Bryan will travel with a number of up-and-coming players this year.
To keep you up to date, we found each of the eight (!) artists’ most-streamed singles on Spotify.
You can listen to it all here:
Jackson Dean: “Don’t come see me”
Chase Beckham: “twenty three”
John Langston: “Everyone is watching”
Connor Smith: “Slow down”
Hayley Witters: “Everything That’s Not Her”
Tyler Braden: “Lose one”
Ashley Cook: “Never Till Now” feat. Brett Young
Alana Springsteen: “Me and Why”
Country star to tour in 2023
I’m not going to lie. This year has been a total banger for country music.
To prove our point, here are just five hitmakers you won’t want to miss live in the coming months.
• George Strait and Chris Stapleton
• Morgan Warren
• Zak Brown Band
• Shania Twain
• Zach Bryan
Who else will be out this year? For more information, see our list of the 52 biggest concert tours of 2023 here.
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