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Luke Rolls into Summer

shville - (June 22, 2015) – Back on the road after the CMA Music Festival and his win at the CMT Awards, ACM and CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan played three sold-out shows this weekend in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Bonner Springs, Kansas and the “Kick The Dust Up Tour” stop at Minneapolis’ TCF Stadium.  The sold-out stadium show marks Luke’s sixth consecutive stadium sell out. 
Luke’s “Kick The Dust Up Tour” continues this weekend with double night performances in Virginia Beach, Virginia and Washington, D.C.  The tour will run through October, taking only a short break in August for the release of KILL THE LIGHTS, his fifth studio album in stores Friday, August 7.

2015 “Kick The Dust Up Tour”:

6-24        Virginia Beach, VA             Farm Bureau Live

6-25        Virginia Beach, VA             Farm Bureau Live

6-26        Washington, D.C.                Jiffy Lube Live

6-27        Washington, D.C.                Jiffy Lube Live

6-28        *New York, NY                     FarmBorough Festival

7-9          *Durant, OK                         Choctaw Events Center

7-11        Nashville, TN                      Vanderbilt Stadium

7-16        St. Louis, MO                       Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

7-17        St. Louis, MO                       Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

7-18        Cincinnati, OH                    Paul Brown Stadium

7-20        Gilford, NH                           Bank of NH Pavilion at Meadowbrook

7-21        Gilford, NH                           Bank of NH Pavilion at Meadowbrook

7-22        Gilford, NH                           Bank of NH Pavilion at Meadowbrook

7-24        Indianapolis, IN                   Klipsch Music Center

7-25        Indianapolis, IN                   Klipsch Music Center

7-26        *Twin Lakes, WI                  Country Thunder Festival

7-30        Scranton, PA                        The Pavilion at Montage Mountain

7-31        Pittsburgh, PA                       First Niagara Pavilion

8-1          Pittsburgh, PA                       First Niagara Pavilion

8-15        *Brownsville, OR                 Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival

8-21        Atlanta, GA                          Philips Arena

8-22        Atlanta, GA                          Philips Arena

8-26        Salt Lake City, UT              USANA Amphitheatre

8-27        Salt Lake City, UT              USANA Amphitheatre

8-29        San Francisco, CA             Levi’s Stadium

9-3          Darien Center, NY               Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

9-4          Darien Center, NY               Darien Lake Performing Arts Center

9-5          Cleveland, OH                    FirstEnergy Stadium

9-11        Philadelphia, PA                  Susquehanna Bank Center

9-12        Philadelphia, PA                  Susquehanna Bank Center

9-17        Jacksonville, FL                   Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena

9-18        Tampa, FL                            MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

9-19        West Palm Beach, FL         Coral Sky Amphitheatre

9-20        West Palm Beach, FL         Coral Sky Amphitheatre

9-24        Charlotte, NC                       PNC Music Pavilion

9-25        Raleigh, NC                          Walnut Creek Amphitheatre

9-26        Raleigh, NC                          Walnut Creek Amphitheatre

10-15     Sacramento, CA                  Toyota Amphitheatre

10-16     San Diego, CA                      Sleep Train Amphitheatre

10-17     Irvine, CA                             Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre

10-18     Irvine, CA                             Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre

10-22     San Antonio, TX                  Alamodome

10-23     Dallas, TX                             Gexa Energy Pavilion

10-24     Dallas, TX                             Gexa Energy Pavilion

10-28     Chicago, IL                           United Center

10-29     Chicago, IL                           United Center

10-30     Detroit, MI                           Ford Field

*Festival / event dates (not “Kick The Dust Up Tour” date / line up)


For up to date information on Luke, the tour and tickets go to www.lukebryan.com or www.liven

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