Luke Bryan has announced a 36-date US tour for this year.
The newly crowned ACM Entertainer of the Year kicks off his Proud to be Right Here tour in early July. The first show will take place at St Joseph’s Ampitheater in Lakeview, an outdoor venue in New York. While a number of country artists have recently announced tours - including Eric Church and Kane Brown - Bryan will be the first country artist back on the road so far. The tour was originally planned for 2020 but had to be rescheduled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. They have now been rescheduled for a second time on these new summer dates.
Morgan Wallen, Runaway June and Caylee Hammack were previously announced to accompany Bryan on various dates as his supports acts. Runaway June and Hammack are still on board for the new shows along with DJ Rock, while Dylan Scott is stepping up in place of Wallen, who has revealed he is not touring this summer after being filmed using a racist slur in February.
Tickets from previously arranged shows of Luke Bryan's tour are still valid, whilst tickets for the new dates go on sale on April 27th to Bryan’s fan club members. Bryan's latest album, Born Here Live Here Die Here (Deluxe Edition) is out now via Capitol Records Nashville / UMG.