Luke Bryan Announces 2015 Kick The Dust Up Tour (page 5)

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Luke Bryan is gearing up for a busy 2015. In a press conference this morning (Jan. 21) that took place at the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum in Nashville (and aired live on his website), Bryan revealed that he’ll be hitting the road in May for his Kick the Dust Up Tour.

The tour, which takes the name from a song off his upcoming album, will visit several cities, 13 of which he’ll play two nights each, as well as seven stadiums. Cities on his list include Chicago, Philadelphia, Sacramento, Denver, San Diego, Dallas and Detroit (see the full list on 

Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch will join Bryan for the tour while Florida Georgia Line and Thomas Rhett will be added for his seven stadium dates.

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“We’re so excited about the lineup,” Bryan said. “We feel that nothing will be a better time than in the summer time rolling into a big stadium and having all these guys.”

That’s not all, though. Bryan revealed that he will be ending his annual Spring Break Tour. On March 11 and 12, Bryan will say goodbye during his seventh annual Spring Break show in Panama City.

“We’ve had such an amazing run down there. It has been something I look forward to year after year. Last year was just amazingly over the top. [We had] over 200,000 people on the beach,” he recalled. “We’re going to end it on a big bang. It’s been an amazing run. We just wanted to play some music on the beach and it’s turned into albums and releasing songs online via iTunes and it’s turned into physical albums. The last spring break album will be called Luke Bryan’s Spring Break Album Checking Out.”

In addition to revealing his new tour and new music, Bryan will become the subject of a new music exhibition at the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum this May.

See all Luke Bryan Kick the Dust Up tour dates on

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