Luke Combs Tickets
Buckeye Country Superfest: Luke Combs, Cody Jinks & Zach Bryan
3:30 PM | Ohio Stadium | Columbus OH
About Luke Combs
Luke Combs has charmed the country music audience with his unassuming and authentic personality, both imbedded in his music and in his onstage persona. Cheap Luke Combs tickets are selling fast as listeners discover this up-and-coming artist, so act quickly to secure your spot partying along with this affable crooner!
Getting His Boots Dirty on the Road to Success
Growing up in North Carolina, Luke Combs always had an affinity for singing, but a career in music wasn't something he considered until adulthood. After teaching himself guitar and branching out into songwriting, Luke Combs started touring the local circuit around his college, building up a fan base at home and online. He independently produced his debut EP, and with the overwhelming response he relocated to Nashville. He continued to work independently – until the release of "Hurricane" pulled him to the national spotlight. Combs released his debut album This One’s for You was released in the summer of 2017, and only added to this young star’s rise to fame. The album would later go on to become a 2x certified platinum album, selling well over 400,000 copies. His everyman attitude makes his songs of love, friendship, and fun personally charming and universally enjoyable, the sing-along quality a hit at Luke Combs concerts.
Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour
In 2019 Luke Combs embarked on his first solo headlining tour stopping at major venues around the country. The Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour kicked off in September at the Walmart AMP in Rogers, Arkansas and wrapped up in December at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. At various stops on the tour Combs brought out Morgan Wallen and Jameson Rodgers to take the stage as supporting acts. The four-month tour stopped in cities around the country including Portland, Sacramento, San Jose, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Cleveland.
Luke Combs 2021 Tour
The chart-topping country artist went on a massive North American tour in 2021. The tour was originally scheduled for 2020 but had to be postponed due to unforeseen circumstances at the time. The summer tour started in June and went to some of the biggest cities in the country. Luke Combs performed in San Francisco, Orlando, Boston, Raleigh and more top locations. Fans had a chance to see Luke Combs live at the T-Mobile Arena, Toyota Center, BB&T Center and more venues. The country star’s cross-country road trip was a major hit for all country and music fans. Do not miss your chance to see a Luke Comb concert, find all Luke Combs 2021 tickets on CheapTickets.
The 2022 CMA Entertainer of the Year, went back on tour in 2022. Staring in the Spring and continuing to the Fall, Luke Combs had dozens of shows and even some festival appearances. Playing at BottleRock, CMA Music Fest, Buckeye Country Superfest and more, Luke Combs already had a busy schedule for 2022. The famous country singer also performer in Louisville, Albany, Toronto and more top cities. The last tour was in December in Oklahoma City, many shows after his first of the year. There are many chances to hear Luke Combs live in 2022, get tickets now.
With his status as a country music star steadily rising, Luke Combs fans are eagerly lining up to hear their new favorite country singer live. Pick up your cheap Luke Combs tickets here to sing along to "Hurricane" and all Luke Combs' other country anthems!
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