Country singer Luke Bryan has an exciting announcement to all his fans. He is going to spice up the year with the Kick the Dust Up Tour 2015 starting Friday, May 8, 2015, and other projects that fans will surely anticipate. Read on for further details.
Bryan announced in a press conference at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville on Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, that Grand Forks, North Dakota will be the first location for his tour. He will perform two shows in several cities.
“The Roller Coaster” singer said he is going to Tennessee, Detroit, Ohio, California and Minnesota. Some cities that will have two performances from him are Philadelphia, Chicago and Dallas. It is the singer’s way of giving back to his fans for their continuous support that made his dreams come true.
“The ability to go into a city and stay two nights is something I could only ever dream of,” Bryan said.
The most exciting part of the Kick the Dust Up Tour is he will not just be having it in the United States. He is also headed to the United Kingdom, Germany, Ireland, Sweden and Norway. Artists who will be joining him for the rest of the tour are Thomas Rhett, Florida Georgia Line, Dustin Lynch and Randy Houser.
Before hitting the road for the tour, Bryan announced he will have his performances for the final Spring Break shows on Wednesday and Thursday, March 11-12, 2015, in Panama City Beach, Florida. He is excited to perform on the beach.
Aside from the Kick the Dust Up Tour, Bryan promised that he will have more songs by finishing his studio album, which is already in its fifth installment. He was already done with four songs including “Kick the Dust Up.”
It is a pretty busy year for the country star because he will also be the host of the ACM Awards on Sunday, April 19, 2015, with “The Voice” judge Blake Shelton.
Bryan assured his fans that he has more surprises in store.
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