LUKE COMBS SELLS OUT TWO-NIGHT HEADLINING DEBUT AT RYMAN AUDITORIUM IN LESS THAN 60 MINUTES

Breakthrough star Luke Combs continues to prove himself as “one of country’s leading new contenders” who is “building a big broad generation-spanning audience” (NPR)with the rapid fire sell-out of his two-night headlining debut at Ryman Auditorium on February 2 and 3, 2018. Last Friday, Combs announced the 25-city spring 2018 leg of his completely sold-out fall headlining Don’t Tempt Me With A Good Time Tour including his double header at Ryman Auditorium and first-ever shows in Canada, Australia and Europe.

Simultaneously, Combs’ second consecutive GOLD-certified two-week No. 1 radio single “When It Rains It Pours” has topped the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart this week; following Kane Brown’s “What Ifs” oust of Sam Hunt’s 34-week reign with “Body Like A Backroad.” Combs’ critically acclaimed debut album This One’s For You, which spurred back-to-back record-breaking hits “Hurricane” and “When It Rains It Pours”, has accumulated more than 245 million streams to date; consistently remaining in the Top 10 on Billboard Country Albums since release in June.

After facing multiple challenges with ticket scalpers and bots on the fall leg of his tour, Combs joined artists Taylor Swift and U2 in partnering with Ticketmaster Verified Fan to ensure tickets remained strictly available to fans. Beginning Nov. 15, fans in Combs’ Bootlegger fan club will have early access to tickets securely through Verified Fan before the public on-sale on Nov. 17.  To purchase tickets, visit www.LukeCombs.com.

Building on his momentous year, Combs was recruited by one his country music heroes, Tracy Lawrence, alongside Luke Bryan, Tim McGraw and Jason Aldean and more to join for a duet on his greatest hits album Good Ole Days. Combs joins Lawrence on his 1995 iconic hit “If The World Had A Front Porch.”

Newly announced 2018 Don’t Tempt Me With A Good Time Tour dates are as follows:

DATE                  CITY                                   VENUE

Feb. 1                  Toledo, OH                       Seagate Convention Centre

Feb. 2                  Nashville, TN                   Ryman Auditorium

Feb. 3                  Nashville, TN                   Ryman Auditorium

Feb. 8                  Troy, OH                            Hobart Arena

Feb. 9                  Grand Rapids, MI            DeltaPlex

Feb. 10                Johnstown, PA                 Cambria County War Memorial Arena

Feb. 15                Shreveport, LA                 Shreveport Municipal Auditorium

Feb. 16                Oklahoma City, OK         The Criterion

Fen. 22                Bethlehem, PA  Sands    Bethlehem Event Center*

Feb. 23                Youngstown, OH             Covelli Centre

Feb.24                 Verona, NY                        Turning Stone Resort & Casino

March 1              Salem, VA                          Salem Civic Center

March 2              Savannah, GA                   Grayson Stadium

March 23            Honolulu, HI                     Republik*

April 4                 San Jose, CA                      City National Civic

April 5                 Irvine, CA                          Bren Events Center

April 6                 San Diego, CA                   The Observatory North Park

April 11               Salt Lake City, UT            The Complex

April 17               Portland, OR                     Roseland Theater

April 19               Seattle, WA                       Showbox SoDo

April 20               Garden City, ID              Revolution Concert House

April 21               Spokane, WA                    The Knitting Factory

April 23               Vancouver BC                  Commodore Ballroom

April 25               Calgary AB                        MacEwan Hall

April 26               Edmonton AB                  The Ranch Roadhouse

 

Special Guest: Ashley McBryde

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