Luke Bryan will be out on his “Huntin’, Fishin’, & Lovin’ Every Day Tour” in 2017 and it kicks off on May 5th at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN.
Bryan will be out in support of his new single, ‘Huntin’, Fishin’, & Lovin’ Every Day’. His opening acts on tour will be Brett Eldredge, Lauren Alaina, Granger Smith, Seth Ennis, Craig Campbell and Adam Craig.
Luke was born in 1976 in Leesberg, Georgia. The youngest of three siblings to parents Tommy and LeClaire. At the age of 14 Bryan began playing barns and bars in and round his small town. Due to the success of his song writing abilities and the fans reception to his music, Bryan planned a move to Nashville, TN after graduating high school. However, his brother passed away un-expectantly and he choose to stay home and attend Georgia Southern University. After college Bryan took a job for his father in the family business. His father seeing the unhappiness in Bryan and will to see his son achieve his goals fired him and demanded he move to Nashville.
He started off in Nashville playing in dive bars and the tourist favorite Broadway clubs. After getting noticed by a rep from Capital Records he began writing songs for Travis Tritt and Billy Currington as he worked on his debut album, I’ll Stay Me, (2007). That album produced two top 50 songs, “Country Man” and “We Rode in Trucks”. Multiple albums followed (see discography below) giving us singles like “Someone Else Calling You Baby” from Doin’ My Thing as well as “Country Girl (Shake it for Me)”.
Bryan made a name for himself with the college crowds doing an annual Spring Break party that also had a accompany EP release. In 2013 he combined all the EP’s and produced the album, Spring Break… Here to Party. Playing this popular Spring Break concerts gave Bryan a whole new age of people to buy Luke Bryan concert tickets each tour.
Bryan has gone on to win multiple awards throughout the years including “Top New Solo Vocalist”, “Top New Artist” at the Academy of Country Music Awards, AMA’s, and “Top Country Artist” and “Top Country Album” at the Billboard Music Awards in 2014.
2017 Luke Bryan “Huntin’, Fishin’, & Lovin’ Every Day Tour” Dates
May 5 — Nashville, Tenn. at Bridgestone Arena
May 12 — Bristow, Va. at Jiffy Lube Live
May 13 — Hartford, Conn. at Xfinity Theatre
May 18 — Moline, Ill. at iWireless Center
June 1 — Cincinnati, Ohio at Riverbend Music Center
June 3 — St. Louis, Mo. at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
June 9 — Little Rock, Ark. at Verizon Arena
June 10 — Tulsa, Okla. at BOK Center
June 16-17 — Atlanta, Ga. at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
June 23 — Hershey, Pa. at Hershey Park Stadium
June 24 — Mansfield, Mass. at Xfinity Center
June 25 — Columbia, Md. at Merriweather Post Pavilion
July 13 — Bethel, N.Y. at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
July 15 — Cleveland, Ohio at Progressive Field
July 16 — Holmdel, N.J. at PNC Bank Arts Center
July 21 — Kansas City, Mo. at Sprint Center
Aug. 12 — Syracuse, N.Y.at Lakeview Amphitheater
Aug. 17 — Virginia Beach, Va. at Veteran’s United Home Loans Arena Amphitheater
Aug. 18 — Charlotte, N.C.at PNC Music Pavilion
Aug. 19 — Raleigh, N.C. at Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
Aug. 25 — Darien Lake, N.Y.at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
Aug. 26 — Saratoga Springs, N.Y. at Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Aug. 27 — Jones Beach, N.Y. at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
Sept. 6 — Scranton, Pa. at Pavilion at Montage Mountain
Sept. 8 — Philadelphia, Pa. at Citizen’s Bank Park
Sept. 9 — Pittsburgh, Pa. at KeyBank Pavilion
Sept. 15 — Indianapolis, Ind. at Klipsch Music Center
Sept. 16 — Chicago, Ill. at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
Sept. 21 — Austin, Texas at Austin360 Amphitheater
Sept. 22 — Houston, Texas at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Sept. 23 — Dallas, Texas at Gexa Energy Pavilion
Oct. 12 — Concord, Calif. at Concord Pavilion
Oct. 13 — Wheatland, Calif. at Toyota Amphitheatre
Oct. 14 — Mountain View, Calif. at Shoreline Amphitheatre
Oct. 19 — Albuquerque, N.M. at Isleta Amphitheater
Oct. 21 — Salt Lake City, Utah at USANA Amphitheater
Oct. 26 — Phoenix, Ariz. at AK-Chin Pavilion
Oct. 27 — San Diego, Calif. at Sleep Train Amphitheatre
Oct. 28 — San Bernadino, Calif. at San Manuel Amphitheater