5 Reasons You Need To See Luke Combs' First-Ever Arena Tour
This show will “hit you like a hurricane”.
Whether you know the country music singer from his triple-platinum song "Hurricane" or his unmistakable, powerhouse vocals, Luke Combs is here to stay. The North Carolina-native has already snagged an iHeartRadio Music Award for Best New Country Artist and a Country Music Association Award for New Artist of the Year. Combs kicked off his first-ever headlining arena tour in Birmingham, Alabama, and the show was fantastic! Here are five reasons you need a ticket of your own.
He Plays All Of The #1 Hits
There’s nothing more frustrating than going to a concert and waiting to hear your favorite song, only to leave disappointed that it never came. During the Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, Luke Combs gives the crowd what they want by playing all of his #1 hits: "Hurricane", "When It Rains It Pours", "One Number Away", and "She Got the Best of Me".
It’s His First Headlining Arena Tour
The energy is high, the audience is buzzing, and the excitement level is through the roof. There’s something quite special about an artist’s first headlining tour, and you don’t want to miss it.
He Previews Some New Songs
With big plans for his next album, Combs tests some brand new, never-before-heard songs! One of which is titled "Dear Today"; it’s a powerful message about living in the moment and seizing every opportunity.
The Openers Are Fantastic
Who doesn’t love a well-rounded show? Of course we all go to see the headliner, but a great opening act can really turn things up a notch, such is the case with Lanco and Jameson Rodgers. Lanco plays their hit song "Greatest Love Story", and Jameson Rodgers excited the crowd with his popular tune "Some Girls".
It’s Refreshingly Old-School
In a world of country-pop and gimmick-filled shows, Luke Combs makes it about the music from beginning to end. You’ll leave feeling refreshed with a renewed appreciation of true country music. Get your tickets here.