Luke Bryan adds 2015 dates to his “That’s My Kind of Night Tour”

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Luke Bryan will extend his highly successful “That’s My Kind of Night Tour” with a winter leg in early 2015.  The 2014 tour has produced sell outs in each market it’s played including four sold-out stadium shows with crowds of 225,000 fans, two sold-out concerts in New York City’s Madison Square Garden, a string of double-play dates that broke venue attendance records and he became the debut country act to play Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.  Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch will open the 2015 winter leg.  Ticket on sales begin this Saturday, Oct. 18 at 10am for the Louisville, Kentucky date.
Over the weekend, Luke wrapped his sixth annual “Farm Tour” performing for over 110,000 fans during the eight city run.  A portion of the ticket proceeds are granted for local college scholarships ("Luke Bryan Farm Tour Scholarship") to students from a farming family within the communities the tour plays. The 2014 "Farm Tour" was sponsored by 5-hour ENERGY®, Texaco, Cabela’s, Miller Lite, and AT&T U-verse®
2015 “That’s My Kind of Night” Tour: 
  • 2-10     Grand Rapids, MI        Van Andel Arena
  • 2-11     Evansville, IN              Ford Center
  • 2-12     Louisville, KY             KFC Yum! Center
  • 2-14     New Orleans, LA         Endymion Extravaganza *
  • 2-18     Estero, FL                    Germain Arena
  • 2-21     Orlando, FL                 Amway Center
*not TMKON Tour
[photos by Jim Wright]
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