Since his first tour in 2013, country singer Luke Bryan has embraced life on the road. On May 31 at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey, he’ll kick off his seventh straight tour as a headliner, the “Sunset Repeat Tour.” The 32-stop tour spans the country, and features three show with singer/songwriter Cole Swindell.
The tour wraps up five months later with a performance at the Walnut Creek Amphitheater, in Raleigh, North Carolina. Depending on where fans live, the opportunity to see Byran live could be a steal or could cost more than $100 just to get in. Three show currently have average asking prices of more than $100 on the secondary market.
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Luke Bryan fans still have lots of shows and seats to choose from. Among the cheapest shows is June 6 at Hersheypark, Pennsylvania. Fans can field seats on the secondary market for as little as $28 or seats in Section 2 of the Grandstand on the primary market via Ticketmaster, for as little as $35.
Given the price and seating difference between the primary and secondary markets, fans are wise to comparison shop.
The opening show at BB&T Pavilion is one the three that also features Cole Swindell, and general-admission lawn tickets start at $31 on the primary market versus $53 on the secondary market, but for fans wanting a seat in a VIP box, those seats are currently only available on the secondary market, starting at $106 in VIP Box 102.
Swindell will also join Bryan on June 2 at Charlotte, North Carolina and June 7 at Burgettstown, Penn.
Below are some of the higher-interest shows, and it appears that the get-in price spikes at some shows in August and for the second-to-last tour stop:
All 2019 Luke Bryan "Sunset Repeat Tour" Dates:
May 31 — Philadelphia, PA @ BB&T Pavilion
June 1 — Bristol, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live
June 2 — Charlotte, NC @ PNC Music Pavilion
June 6 — Hershey, PA @HersheyPark Stadium
June 7 — Burgettstown, PA @Keybank Pavilion
June 8 — Cincinnati, OH @Riverbend Music Center
June 13 — Phoenix, AZ. @ Ak-Chin Pavilion
June 14 — Albuquerque, NM @ Isleta Amphitheater
July 11 — Saratoga Springs, NY @ Saratoga Performing Arts Center
July 13 — Wantagh, NY @ Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
July 19 — Orange Beach, AL @ The Wharf Amphitheater
July 20 — Orange Beach, AL @ The Wharf Amphitheater
July 21 — Brandon, MS. @ Brandon Amphitheater
July 25 — Birmingham, AL @ Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
July 26 — Atlanta, GA @ Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood
August 17 — St. Louis, MO @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
August 18 — Indianapolis, IN @ Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
August 22 — Fresno, CA @ Save Mart Center
August 23 — Sacramento, CA @ Toyota Amphitheatre
August 24 — Mountain View, CA @ Shoreline Amphitheater
September 5 — Toronto, ON. @ Budweiser Stage
September 7 — Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center
September 8 — Virginia Beach, VA @ Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
September 12 — Bethel, NY @ Bethel Woods Center for the Artsbethel
September 14 — Cleveland, OH @ Blossom Music Center
October 12 — Raleigh, NC @ Coastal Credit Union Music Park
(UPDATE 9/9/15) Country megastar Luke Bryan is just getting started on his “Kick The Dust Up” Tour, which continues in the U.S. and Canada through the end of October. With 20 more shows left over the next six weeks, ticket prices are remaining firm on the secondary market. The average secondary market price for Luke Bryan tickets across his remaining dates is now $156.33 on TicketIQ.
He’ll play his top-priced show on October 30 at Ford Field in Detroit, where tickets currently average $246.51 and get-in price starts at $89. Two other shows are also averaging above $200 – October 17 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre ($234.55 avg./$100 get-in) and September 26 at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre ($225.86 avg./$71 get-in).
The Susquehanna Bank Center welcomes Bryan’s most affordable show of tour on September 11. Luke Bryan tickets for his New Jersey stop now own a secondary market average of $114.67 and get-in price is $41. Other least expensive shows include September 20 at Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre ($124.45 avg./$43 get-in) and September 25 at PNC Music Pavilion ($125.36 avg./$44 get-in).
Planning on seeing Bryan over his remaining shows on the road? Below is the country singer’s average setlist on his “Kick The Dust Up” Tour, according to setlist.fm:
Luke Bryan Average Setlist on ‘Kick The Dust Up’ Tour
- Kick the Dust Up
- All My Friends Say
- Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye
- Roller Coaster
- Play It Again
- Sugar (Maroon 5 cover)
- Mountain Music (Alabama cover)
- Crash My Party
- Someone Else Calling You Baby
- This Is How We Roll (Florida Georgia Line cover)
- Do I
- Drink a Beer
- Drunk on You
- Rain Is a Good Thing
- I See You
- I Don't Want This Night to End / Dynamite
- Country Girl (Shake It for Me) / Talk Dirty (Jason Derulo cover)
- That's My Kind of Night
- Country Girl (Shake It for Me)
Breaking Down Luke Bryan’s Ticket Prices and Average Setlist on the ‘Kick the Dust Up’ Tour
(UPDATE 6/16/15) One of country music’s biggest stars, Luke Bryan continues his “Kick the Dust Up” Tour in North America through the end of October. The singer has 48 more dates scheduled over the next four months and the average price for Luke Bryan tickets on TicketIQ is $171.43.
Three of Bryan’s remaining shows will own a ticket average above $300 on the secondary market. His top-priced gig comes on July 17 at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Missouri, where ticket price averages at $608.24 and the get-in price is $45. Additional shows will be held on October 22 at Alamodome ($326.67/avg.) and July 9 at Choctaw Casino & Resort ($320.99/avg.). Interestingly enough, his cheapest gig will be held on July 16 at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, where tickets average at just $70.15 and get-in price starts at $44.
Luke Bryan Announces "Kick The Dust Up" 2015 Tour
Country music star Luke Bryan looks like he’ll be spending most of 2015 on the road after announcing plans for another major North American tour, ‘Kick The Dust Up.’
Named after a song from his forthcoming fifth studio effort, the summer trek will begin at Grand Forks’ Alerus Center on May 8 (TicketIQ get-in price $63) and take in a further 46 headlining shows before wrapping up at Detroit’s Ford Field on October 30.
Alongside two-night stands at the likes of Washington’s Jiffy Lube Live (June 26/27), Salt Lake City’s USANA Amphitheatre (August 26/27) and Philadelphia’s Susquehanna Bank Center (September 11/12), the 38-year-old will also visit several other stadiums including his Nashville hometown’s Vanderbilt Stadium on July 11, San Francisco’s Levi’s Stadium on Aug 29 and Cleveland’s FirstEnergy Stadium on Sept 5.
Chart-topping duo Florida Georgia Line and singer-songwriter Thomas Rhett will join Bryan on the line-up at the stadium dates, while Dustin Lynch and Randy Houser will provide support for the entirety of the tour.
The reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year will first resume his That’s My Kinda Night world tour at Grand Rapids’ Van Andel Arena on Feb 10 ($138). Tickets are available on TicketIQ for most of the remaining gigs with the Feb 11 gig at Evansville’s Ford Center currently with the lowest get-in price at $42 and the May 2 concert at Ottawa’s Tire Centre with the highest at $204.
Bryan will also perform on the other side of the Atlantic for the first time with dates in Germany, Scandinavia and the UK, stage his final ever annual Spring Break shows at Panama City Beach on Mar 11/12, and visit the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo on March 22 ($44) before the Kick The Dust Up tour kicks off.
Alongside the possibility of new material from the as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2013’s Crash My Party, audiences should expect to hear plenty of country number one hits (“Drink A Beer,” “Rain is a Good Thing,” “Play It Again”), while recent performances have also included covers of Eli Young Band’s “Crazy Girl” and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ “Can’t Hold Us,” a mash-up of Taio Cruz’s “Dynamite” and his own hit, “I Don’t Want This Night To End,” and a rendition of his Florida Georgia Line collaboration, “This Is How We Roll.”