Luke Bryan’s Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour Launches in May

Support Acts Include Brett Eldredge, Lauren Alaina, Craig Campbell, Adam Craig, Seth Ennis, Granger Smith

Days after wrapping the 2017 Crash My Playa concert vacation in Riviera Maya, Mexico, Luke Bryan announced he will start a new summer tour in May.

The Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour kicks off May 5 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena with Brett Eldredge. Lauren Alaina, Craig Campbell, Adam Craig, Seth Ennis and Granger Smith will open for various dates. Tickets for select shows go on sale Friday (Jan. 27) through Live Nation’s Country Megaticket.

Bryan will perform the National Anthem before kickoff at Super Bowl LI at Houston’s NRG Stadium on Feb. 5. The final 16 shows of the Kill the Lights tour starts Feb. 16 in Huntington, West Virginia with Eldredge.

Bryan will advise Blake Shelton’s team on season 12 of The Voice. His episodes were taped in Los Angeles last week.

Here's a list of Luke Bryan's concert dates, including various festival appearances which are not part of his Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour:

May 5: Nashville

May 12: Bristow, Virginia

May 13: Hartford, Connecticut

May 18: Moline, Illinois

June 1: Cincinnati

June 2: Cullman, Alabama (Rock the South Festival)

June 3: St. Louis

June 9: Little Rock, Arkansas

June 10: Tulsa, Oklahoma

June 16-17: Atlanta

June 23: Hershey, Pennsylvania

June 24: Mansfield, Massachusetts

June 25: Columbia, Maryland

July 1: Dauphin, Manitoba (Dauphin’s Countryfest)

July 13: Bethel, New York

July 15: Cleveland, Ohio

July 16: Holmdel, New Jersey

July 21: Kansas City

July 22: Eau Claire, Wisconsin

July 26: Cheyenne, Wyoming (Cheyenne Frontier Days)

July 28: Central Point, Oregon (Country Crossings Music Festival)

July 29: Mountain Home, Idaho (Mountain Home Country Music Festival)

Aug. 5: Detroit Lakes, Minnesota (WE Fest)

Aug. 12: Syracuse, New York

Aug. 13: Oro-Medonte, Ontario (Boots and Hearts Music Festival)

Aug. 17: Virginia Beach, Virginia

Aug. 18: Charlotte, North Carolina

Aug. 19: Raleigh, North Carolina

Aug. 25: Darien Center, New York

Aug. 26: Saratoga Springs, New York

Aug. 27: Jones Beach, New York

Sept. 1: Lexington, Kentucky (Red, White & Boom Festival)

Sept. 6: Scranton, Pennsylvania

Sept. 8: Philadelphia

Sept. 9: Pittsburgh

Sept. 15: Indianapolis

Sept. 16: Chicago

Sept. 21: Austin, Texas

Sept. 22: Houston

Sept. 23: Dallas

Oct. 12: Concord, California

Oct. 13: Wheatland, California

Oct. 14: Mountain View, California

Oct. 19: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Oct. 21: Salt Lake City, Utah

Oct. 26: Phoenix

Oct. 27: San Diego, California

Oct. 28: San Bernardino, California

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