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Luke Combs Announces Second Shows in Tampa, Charlotte, Foxborough and Philadelphia

June 1, 2023 1:46 pm GMT
Last Edited July 26, 2023 4:13 pm GMT

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Luke Combs may have written a song about having ‘1, 2 Many’, but for his loyal army of fans across Tampa, Charlotte, Foxborough and Philadelphia, it seems one was never going to be enough when it came to his hotly anticipated 2023 tour performances.

Thankfully, the North Carolina superstar has listened to fans, with Luke Combs adding second shows at all of these tour-stops. The first of these will be a bonus date at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium on July 6, with a July 14 show also now on the books at Charlotte's Bank Of America Stadium.

In Foxborough, Combs was originally only due to perform one set on Saturday, July 22, but it's now become a blockbuster double-header. Fans will be keenly looking forward to the chance to hear the chart-topping singer-songwriter perform rowdy, hell-raising anthems such as ‘Beer Never Broke My Heart’, ‘When It Rains It Pours’ and ‘Hannah Ford Road’.

Foxborough will be Luke Combs’ penultimate US tour-stop, before heading to Philadelpha, Pennsylvania for two sets. Initially set to take the stage at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field on July 29 only, the North Carolina chart-topper will now also perform on July 28.

Then, he'll kickstart his Australia and New Zealand run of shows in August. Following this, Combs will be jetting straight to Europe for a series of dates across Sweden, Denmark, France, the UK and more.

The sprawling, international line-up of shows is in support of Luke Combs’ new album, Gettin’ Old, which dropped on March 24, and has already spawned a range of fan-favourite tracks, including ‘5 Leaf Clover’ and his celebrated Tracy Chapman cover, ‘Fast Car’.

His latest Gettin’ Old single to be sent to Country Radio is ‘Love You Anyway’, with the sweet, heartwarming ballad continuing to climb up the Mediabase and Billboard Country Airplay charts.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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