Luke Bryan Adds More Than a Dozen Stadium/Ballpark Dates to His “What Makes You Country Tour”

Luke Bryan Adds More Than a Dozen Stadium/Ballpark Dates to His “What Makes You Country Tour”

Luke Bryan has expanded his What Makes You Country Tour with more than a dozen dates at stadiums and ballparks.

The new dates include stops in Toronto, Denver, L.A., Chicago, Detroit and more.

Kip Moore, The Cadillac Three, Brothers Osborne, Granger Smith, Carly Pearce, Morgan Wallen and Sam Hunt will join Luke for select dates on his What Makes You Country Tour.

“My excitement to play these iconic sports stadiums is truly uncontainable,” said Luke. “Playing my music live is the reason I do what I do and the energy of the fans is what pushes me year after year to deliver a bigger and better experience. I’m so thankful to be in these venues and cities with some of the brightest names in country music. This lineup fires me up and I can’t wait to get this tour started!”

What Makes You Country Stadium and Ballpark Tour Dates

May 31
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Rogers Centre

June 2
East Rutherford, N.J
MetLife Stadium

June 16
Cincinnati, Ohio
Great American Ball Park

June 23
Tampa, Fla.
Raymond James Stadium

June 30
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Heinz Field

July 5-6
Boston, Mass.
Fenway Park

July 21
Minneapolis, Minn.
Target Field

July 28
Los Angeles, Calif.
Dodger Stadium

Aug. 4
Denver, Colo.
Mile High Stadium

Aug. 25
St. Louis, Mo.
Busch Stadium

Sept. 1
Chicago, Ill.
Wrigley Field

Oct. 13
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
BC Place Stadium

Oct. 26
Detroit, Mich.
Ford Field

photo by Jason Simanek

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