Luke Bryan heading to Heinz Field
Country singer Luke Bryan's meteoric rise to superstardom will bring him to several stadiums this summer, including Heinz Field.
The 37-year-old Georgia native just last year headlined his first national tour. He's been gaining attention since his album “Spring Break … Here to Party,” a compilation of previous EPs, debuted at No. 1 on both the Billboard top country albums chart and the Billboard 200 in March 2013.
Last year, he released his fourth studio album, “Crash My Party,” and was named favorite country male artist at the American Music Awards. He and Eric Church also sang guest vocals on Jason Aldean's “The Only Way I Know,” which won Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music awards.
Bryan's “That's My Kind Of Night Tour” will be at Heinz Field on June 21, with special guest Dierks Bentley. He'll also play stadium shows in Philadelphia and Chicago. Ticket prices and on sale dates have not been announced yet.
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