Combs’ quick rise to stardom over the past five years has been out of this world.
From a small town boy playing at Wild Wings in Asheville, North Carolina only a few short years ago, to selling out some of the biggest stages in the country, it’s been a wild ride to say the least.
Not to mention, the man is making history after his latest sellouts for upcoming shows at Denver’s Empower Field at Mile High, and Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz stadium.
Both of the sellouts mark the quickest sellouts in both of the stadium’s histories. All together, Combs sold over 115,000 tickets on the first day.
Featuring support from Cody Johnson, Zach Bryan, and Morgan Wade, Luke will be headlining Empower Field at Mile High in Denver on May, 21; Lumen Field in Seattle on June 4th, and Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, on July 30th.
President of U.S. Concerts at Live Nation Bob Roux had high praise for Combs after the amazing feat:
“My hat’s off to Luke Combs and his entire organization for their record setting on sale results at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia.
Luke’s immediate sell-out results in a stadium of this magnitude is a real testament to the work he has already put in, his genuine and close relationship with his fans and his well-known reputation for consistently delivering truly amazing live shows night after night.”
With AEG Presents’ Adam Weiser adding:
“Selling out your first stadium tour is always an incredible accomplishment, even when you’re CMA Entertainer of the Year. Selling out stadiums within days of the on-sale, however, is an even more impressive feat that puts you in league with some of the greatest artists in music. Congrats to Luke and team on a massive stadium on-sale.”
And if you think Combs’ record breaking year ended there, he also broke records for his already sold out upcoming 2022 Canadian tour, where he achieved the fastest sellouts in the history of Montreal’s Centre Bell, Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena, Quebec City’s Centre Videotron, and London’s Budweiser Gardens.
And to top off the man’s astounding 2021, he’s also been nominated for Best Country Solo Performance at the 64th Grammy Awards for his hit, “Forever After All.”
If you can’t read the room, Luke Combs is currently the most popular mainstream country singer in the game right now, and by the looks of it, he ain’t slowing down anytime soon.