Luke Bryan Supersizes What Makes You Country Tour With Sam Hunt, Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, Morgan Wallen and 13 New Stadium Dates

Luke Bryan Supersizes What Makes You Country Tour With Sam Hunt, Jon Pardi, Carly Pearce, Morgan Wallen and 13 New Stadium Dates

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If you weren’t already excited to catch Luke Bryan on the road for his What Makes You Country Tour, the “Light It Up” singer has announced at a press conference held in Nashville Tuesday (Jan. 30) at The Steps at WME, that he will be adding 13 stadium concerts to the tour.

The new dates, dubbed What Makes You Country Tour XL Stadium Sized, will take Luke and friends to some of the biggest sports stadiums in Toronto, New York City, Cincinnati, Tampa, Pittsburgh, Boston, Minneapolis, Los Angeles—the first country concert to ever be held in Dodgers Stadium—Denver, St. Louis, Chicago, Vancouver. The whole tour will wrap with a stadium tour in Detroit at Ford Field on October 26.


“My excitement to play these iconic sports stadiums is truly uncontainable,” Luke said during the press conference. “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!”

Joining the Georgia native for the stadium dates will be Sam Hunt, who was sans beard and mustache at the press conference, Jon Pardi, Morgan Wallen (May-August), Carly Pearce (September & October) and DJ Rock.

Luke invited the stadium tour acts to the press conference, where they each performed one of their songs. Sam performed his hit “Take Your Time” and Luke wrapped up the conference performing “What Makes You Country.”

What Makes You Country Tour XL Stadium Sized Dates

May 31 – Toronto, Ontario – Rogers Centre
June 2 – New York – Met Life Stadium
June 16 – Cincinnati – Great American Ball Park
June 23 – Tampa, Fla. – Raymond James Stadium
June 30 – Pittsburgh – Heinz Field
July 5 – Boston – Fenway Park
July 21 – Minneapolis – Target Field
July 28 – Los Angeles – Dodger Stadium
Aug. 4 – Denver – Sports Authority Field at Mile High
Aug. 25 – St. Louis – Busch Stadium
Sept. 1 – Chicago – Wrigley Field
Oct. 13 – Vancouver, British Columbia – BC Place Stadium
Oct. 26 – Detroit – Ford Field

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Complete What Makes You Country Tour dates with stadium dates in bold:

Feb. 16 – Springfield, Mo. – JQH Arena
Feb. 17 – Evansville, Ind. – Ford Center
Feb. 18 – Louisville, Ky. – KFC Yum! Center
Feb. 22 – State College, Pa. – Bryce Jordan Center
Feb. 23 – Atlantic City, N.J. -Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall
Feb. 24 – Charlottesville, Va. – John Paul Jones Arena
March 9 – Lafayette, La. – Cajundome**
March 10 – New Orleans, La. Smoothie King Center**
April 6 – Albuquerque, N.M. – Isleta Amphitheater*
May 31 – Toronto, Ontario – Rogers Centre
June 2 – New York – Met Life Stadium

June 14 – Charleston, W. Va.- Charleston Civic Center
June 16 – Cincinnati – Great American Ball Park

June 21 – West Palm Beach, Fla. – Coral Sky Amphitheatre
June 22 – Jacksonville, Fla. – Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
June 23 – Tampa, Fla. – Raymond James Stadium

June 28 – Raleigh, N.C. – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
June 29 – Charlotte, N.C. – PNC Music Pavilion
June 30 – Pittsburgh – Heinz Field
July 5 – Boston – Fenway Park
July 21 – Minneapolis – Target Field
July 28 – Los Angeles – Dodger Stadium

Aug. 2 – Omaha, Neb. – CenturyLink Center
Aug. 4 – Denver – Sports Authority Field at Mile High

Aug. 17 – Syracuse, N.Y. – Lakeview Amphitheater
Aug. 18 – Bristow, Va. – Jiffy Lube Live
Aug. 19 – Saratoga Springs, N.Y. – Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Aug. 24 – Indianapolis – Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
Aug. 25 – St. Louis – Busch Stadium

Aug. 26 – Kansas City, Mo. – Sprint Center
Sept. 1 – Chicago – Wrigley Field

Sept. 8 – Dallas – Starplex Pavilion
Sept. 13 – Rapid City, S.D. – Rushmore Plaza Barnett Arena**
Sept. 14 – Billings, Mont. – Rimrock Auto Arena**
Sept. 20 – Boise, Idaho – Ford Idaho Center**
Sept. 21 – Salt Lake City – USANA Amphitheatre**
Oct. 13 – Vancouver, British Columbia – BC Place Stadium
Oct. 26 – Detroit – Ford Field

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