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Luke Bryan, Eric Church to Extend Headlining Tours into 2015

October 15, 2014 by Alyssa


Tour Announcements

Good news for country music fans arrived on Oct. 14 when Luke Bryan revealed that the end of 2014 won’t bring an end his That’s My Kind of Night Tour. The Georgia native has announced a new leg of the cross-country trek to begin in Feb. 2015. So far the singer has announced only five new shows for next year, but as Bryan has already become known for extending previous tours, it’s likely the latest leg will be expanded soon.

According to a recent Billboard report, the ongoing Luke Bryan tour has been attended by more than a million fans over more than 60 concerts. With data reported as of Sept. 20, just two of those 2014 shows had not sold out, and his inaugural stadium shows at Heinz Field, Gillette Stadium, Lincoln Financial Field, and Soldier Field this summer all drew full-capacity crowds.

 

 

This month will mark the end of the Luke Bryan tour dates of 2014 when the singer performs at California’s L.A. Forum on Oct. 26. As of Oct. 15, he has a total of seven West Coast dates remaining, while next year’s concerts are scheduled for the opposite side of the country, including Grand Rapids, Mich. (Feb. 10), Evansville, Ind. (Feb 11), Louisville, Ky. (Feb. 12), Estero, Fla. (Feb. 18), and Orlando, Fla. (Feb. 21). For the new leg, Bryan will bring Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch along as opening acts while he continues to support his best-selling 2013 album, Crash My Party.

 

In other country news, Eric Church has also confirmed plans to extend his The Outsiders World Tour into next year. On Oct. 15, a new 2015 leg of the Eric Church tour was revealed, starting with a total of 16 concerts in 15 cities, including two back-to-back nights in Las Vegas (Jan. 16-17). Church still has at least 20 performances booked to carry him through the end of 2014.

 

On top of their evident touring success, Bryan and Church are both in the running for a handful of Country Music Association Awards at the upcoming 2014 ceremony on Nov. 4. Bryan was nominated for both Entertainer and Male Vocalist of the Year, and Crash My Party received a nod for Album of the Year. Church received a total of five CMA Awards nominations, including Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year. His work on “Give Me Back My Hometown” also earned recognition in the Single and Song of the Year categories.

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