Luke Bryan announced his 2016 Kill The Lights tour in support of his 2015 album, Kill The Lights, where singles such as the catchy Kick The Dust Up, and the very exposed Strip It Down, all came.
The country superstar is set to hit the road this February, and he is bringing a few friends along for the ride. Little Big Town, the voices behind our favorite summer track, Pontoon, and one of this year’s most talked about songs, Girl Crush will be appearing. He is also bringing along newcomer, Dustin Lynch, who has stolen our hearts with Cowboys and Angels, and his most recent hit, Hell Of A Night.
Tickets to see Luke Bryan are now available, and as you can imagine, they are in high demand on the secondary market. According to the data found onTiqIQ, tickets for the Kill The Lights Tour come in at an average of $234.98, with some of the lowest get in prices at venues such as, Carrier Dome in Syracuse NY at $58, and Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City, at $45. Chesapeake Energy Arena parking on ParkWhiz will help you find an affordable spot while you enjoy the show, and will also be there for your parking needs in the many other cities the tour will stop.
Bryan has added numerous stadium dates to the Kill The Lights Tour, including stops at Wrigley Field in Chicago, and Gillette Stadium in Boston, overall coming in at an average of $127.03 for the stadium portion.
Once Bryan kicks things off on February 18, in Evansville, Indiana at the Ford Center, he will be quite busy with both legs of the Kill The Lights Tour bringing us through the summer. During the tour, Bryan will also play a handful of festivals, such as Country 500 in Daytona, and Buckeye Country Superfest in Ohio, and many more. All averaging a ticket price of $220.62 across the secondary market.
Luke Bryan who only wrapped up his 2015 Kick The Dust Up Tour a few months ago, wastes no time getting back out there. Whether he is performing to thousands of people at arenas or stadiums, or getting down and dirty on his annual Farm Tour, Bryan has become a must see to country fans across the map.