Country megastar Luke Combs is an unstoppable force in the industry as he immediately sells out 37 of the 39 dates for his massive World Tour, including all 16 North American dates and the four newly added shows in London, Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane!
The reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year’s tour has broken multiple records across the globe, such as the quickest sell-outs to date at AT&T Stadium in Arlington and Busch Stadium in St. Louis, as well as the quickest sell-out for a debut Gillette Stadium performer in any genre.
Comb’s World Tour is one of the quickest selling arena tours ever in the UK by a country artist, and the singer secured the title of the first international performer to sell-out an Australian and New Zealand tour.
Riley Green, Lainey Wilson, Flatland Cavalry and Brent Cobb will serve as support on the North American tour dates, while special guests on the Australian and New Zealand dates include Cody Johnson and Lane Pittman.
Luke Combs World Tour will kick off on March 25 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas and wrap up in London, England at The O2 Arena on October 19.
The tour will visit 16 stadiums across North America, including Nashville’s Nissan Stadium, Kansas City’s GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, Foxborough’s Gillette Stadium and more. Hitting three continents and 16 countries, the massive outing will also stop in Australia, New Zealand, U.K., Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, France and Belgium.
Ticketing information and additional tour details can be found at www.lukecombs.com.
Luke Combs World Tour Dates
March 25, 2023—Arlington, TX—AT&T Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
April 1, 2023—Indianapolis, IN—Lucas Oil Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
April 15, 2023—Nashville, TN—Nissan Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
April 22, 2023—Detroit, MI—Ford Field* (SOLD OUT)
April 29, 2023—Pittsburgh, PA—Acrisure Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
May 6, 2023—Chicago, IL—Soldier Field* (SOLD OUT)
May 13, 2023—Minneapolis, MN—U.S. Bank Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
May 20, 2023—Boise, ID—Albertsons Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
May 27, 2023—Vancouver, BC—BC Place* (SOLD OUT)
June 3, 2023—Edmonton, AB—Commonwealth Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
June 10, 2023—Kansas City, MO—GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
June 17, 2023—St. Louis, MO—Busch Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
July 8, 2023—Tampa, FL—Raymond James Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
July 15, 2023—Charlotte, NC—Bank of America Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
July 22, 2023—Foxborough, MA—Gillette Stadium* (SOLD OUT)
July 29, 2023—Philadelphia, PA—Lincoln Financial Field* (SOLD OUT)
*with special guests Riley Green, Lainey Wilson, Flatland Cavalry and Brent Cobb
Luke Combs International Tour Dates
August 9, 2023—Auckland, New Zealand—Spark Arena+ (SOLD OUT)
August 11, 2023—Brisbane, Australia—Brisbane Entertainment Centre+ (SOLD OUT)
August 12, 2023—Brisbane, Australia—Brisbane Entertainment Centre+ (SOLD OUT)
August 16, 2023—Sydney, Australia—Qudos Bank Arena+ (SOLD OUT)
August 17, 2023—Sydney, Australia—Qudos Bank Arena+ (SOLD OUT)
August 19, 2023—Melbourne, Australia—Rod Laver Arena+ (SOLD OUT)
August 20, 2023—Melbourne, Australia—Rod Laver Arena+ (SOLD OUT)
August 23, 2023—Adelaide, Australia—Adelaide Entertainment Centre+ (SOLD OUT)
August 26, 2023—Perth, Australia—RAC Arena+ (SOLD OUT)
September 30, 2023—Oslo, Norway—Spektrum Arena (SOLD OUT)
October 1, 2023—Stockholm, Sweden—Avicii Arena (SOLD OUT)
October 4, 2023—Copenhagen, Denmark—Forum Black Box (SOLD OUT)
October 6, 2023—Hamburg, Germany—Barclays Arena
October 7, 2023—Amsterdam, Netherlands—AFAS Live (SOLD OUT)
October 8, 2023—Paris, France—La Cigale (SOLD OUT)
October 10, 2023—Zurich, Switzerland—The Hall
October 11, 2023—Brussels, Belgium—Ancienne Belgique (SOLD OUT)
October 13, 2023—Dublin, Ireland—3Arena (SOLD OUT)
October 14, 2023—Belfast, N. Ireland—SSE Arena (SOLD OUT)
October 16, 2023—Glasgow, Scotland—OVO Hydro Arena (SOLD OUT)
October 17, 2023—Manchester, England—AO Arena (SOLD OUT)
October 19, 2023—London, England—The O2 Arena (SOLD OUT)
October 20, 2023—London, England—The O2 Arena (SOLD OUT)
+with special guests Cody Johnson and Lane Pittman
Comb’s tour success is just the latest milestone for the chart topper. He recently secured his 14th consecutive #1 with track “The Kind of Love We Make” from his newest record Growin’ Up. The song also reached the #8 spot on Billboard Hot 100’s all-genre chart.
The #Hot100 top 10 (chart dated Oct. 1, 2022)
— billboard charts (@billboardcharts) September 26, 2022
The “Beer Never Broke My Heart” singer is nominated for three 2022 CMA Awards, including Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year for Growin’ Up. His newest project follows the 3x Platinum What You See is What You Get 2019 album and 4x Platinum This One’s For You debut.
Combs also took to social media recently to announce his return to country radio with “Going, Going, Gone,” a fan-favorite from the new album.
“Excited to let y’all know ‘Going, Going, Gone’ will be my next single on country radio,” Combs shared alongside a video of him performing the song.
Excited to let y’all know “Going, Going, Gone” will be my next single on country radio! pic.twitter.com/EPfz2V2OYA
— Luke Combs 🎤 (@lukecombs) October 10, 2022
“Going, Going, Gone” was a standout track upon the release of Growin’ Up in June. Combs co-wrote the song alongside James McNair and Ray Fulcher.
The North Carolina native recently reflected on writing the song and revealed that he had the title saved in his phone for a “really, really long time.”
“We’re sitting there, we’re trying to figure out what we’re going to write. And we had decided we were going to write ‘Going, Going, Gone.’ And as we sat there trying to come up with stuff, I was just playing this riff and the riff really became the focal point of the song for me. I’ve always loved Tracy Chapman’s ‘Fast Car’ and no way is this song even close to as good as that one. But I’ve always loved how that riff immediately, you know, the second it gets played, you know what song it is, and you love it. And I think I wanted to try to kind of, you know, create something that was my own version of that,” Combs explained.
This song marked a first for Combs, who played guitar on the record.
“This is my first time playing guitar on an album. I was super nervous to do that. Somehow I got it done,” he laughed.
The final product became one of Combs’ “favorite songs” on the project.