Luke Combs makes history with three sold-out shows in Alabama
Luc Combs made history with its last sold-out shows!
The country superstar’s next three-night residence at The Wharf in Orange Beach, Ala. Sold out within minutes of going on sale earlier this morning, June 4. According to a press release, Combs is now the only artist in The Wharf history. sold out three nights in a row, as well as the fastest and most complete in the history of the place.
âDude, I have to admit I didn’t know what to expect. It’s been 15 months that we haven’t put any shows on sale or actually played shows for that matter. I missed that more than being on the road and playing for the fans, so it’s very humbling to see that they can’t wait to go back to a show either, âCombs admitted, before adding:â I was already very pumped for these shows, but I am even more pumped now. I can not wait.
âThe simple demand for tickets to all three Luke Combs concerts at The Wharf in Orange Beach, Alabama was just amazing. Luke sold his three shows as quickly as the system allowed, and we definitely had a demand for additional shows, âadded Bob Roux, president of US concerts at Live Nation.
Combs’ three-night mini-residence will start on July 2 and run until Independence Day (July 4). Supporting Combs during his three sold-out nights will be Flatland Cavalry and Channing Wilson.
Additionally, Combs recently announced a massive arena tour this fall with a whole new circular set design. The tour kicks off its very first headlining show in September in Boone, NC, and includes stops in New York, Houston, San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas and more before ending in December in Boston, MA at TD Garden.
The singer of “Forever After All” is currently working on album 3.
Check out the full list of tour dates below.
June 13 â Myrtle Beach, South Carolina â Carolina Country Music Fest
June 17 â North Lawrence, OH â The Country Fest
June 24 â Grand Junction, CO â Country Jam
June 25 â North Platte, NE â NEBRASKAland Days
June 26 – Topeka, KS – Country stampede
July 3 â Orange Beach, Florida â The Wharf
July 4 â Orange Beach, Florida â The Wharf
July 8 â Fort Loramie, OH â Country concert
July 16 â Brooklyn, MI â Faster Horses
August 5 â Canandaigua, NY â CMAC
August 6 â Canandaigua, NY â CMAC
Aug 13 â Cullman, AL â Rock the South
Aug 21 â Winsted, MN â Winstock Country Music Festival
September 4 â Boone, NC â Kidd Brewer Stadium
September 10 â Raleigh, NC â PNC Arena
September 11 â Raleigh, NC â PNC Arena
September 17 â Grand Forks, ND â Alerus Center
September 18 â Sioux Falls, SD â Denny Sanford Premier Center
September 21 â Billings, MT â First Interstate Arena at MetraPark
September 24 â Salt Lake City, UT â Vivint Smart Home Arena
September 25 â Las Vegas, NV â T-Mobile Arena
September 28 â Eugene, OR â Matthew Knight Arena
October 1 â San Francisco, CA â Chase Center
October 2 â Bakersfield, CA â Mechanics Bank Arena
October 15 â Las Cruces, New Mexico â Pan American Center
October 16 â Florence, AZ â Country Thunder Arizona
October 20 â Colorado Springs, CO â Broadmoor World Arena
October 22 â Corpus Christi, Texas â American Bank Center
October 23 â Houston, Texas â Toyota Center
October 28 â Orlando, Florida â Amway Center
October 29 â Jacksonville, Florida â VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
October 30 â Fort Lauderdale, Florida â BB & T Center
November 4 â Chicago, Illinois â United Center
November 5 â Chicago, Illinois â United Center
November 6 â St. Louis, MO â Business Center
November 16 â New Orleans, LA â Smoothie King Center
November 18 â Dallas, Texas â American Airlines Center
November 19 â Dallas, Texas â American Airlines Center
November 20 â Memphis, Tennessee â FedEx Forum
November 29 â New York, NY â Madison Square Garden
November 30 â New York, NY â Madison Square Garden
December 2 â Boston, MA â TD Garden
December 3 â Boston, MA â TD Garden