Country star Brett Eldredge joins Luke Bryan on his massive Huntin‘, Fishin‘ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour, which kicked off May 5 in Nashville. The massive summer tour will wrap up October 28 in San Bernardino, California.
The tour was announced in January 2017 in a video featuring Bryan playing Duck Hunt.
Brett Eldredge will join the list of openers, which also include Adam Craig, Granger Smith, Lauren Alaina, Craig Campbell and Seth Ennis.
In addition to his massive summer tour, Luke Bryan will also revive his Farm Tour this fall. The tour will open on September 28, while still on his summer tour, and will wrap up in early October. The six-date tour will include stops in Fort Wayne, IN; Lincoln, NB; Boone, IA; Baldwin City, KS; Centralia, MO; and Edinburg, IL.
The Farm Tour makes stops in rural parts of the country. Since Bryan started the tour in 2009, he has awarded 50 students in farming and rural communities with college scholarships.
Bryan’s set list for his Huntin‘, Fishin‘ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour includes his hits “Move,” “Fast,” “Rain is a Good Thing,” “I See You,” “Strip It Down,” “Home Alone Tonight,” “I Don’t Want This Night to End,” and more.
American country singer Luke Bryan began his career as a songwriter in the mid-2000s. The singer penned tracks for long-time high school friends Billy Currington and Travis Tritt.
He released the album I’ll Stay Me in 2007. The 2007 albums includes the singles “We Rode in Trucks,” “All My Friends Say,” and “Country Man.” His follow-up album Doin‘ My Thing spawned the hits “Do I,” as well as the number one hits “Someone Else Calling You Baby” and “Rain is a Good Thing.”
Several of Bryan’s singles have peaked at number one on the charts, including “I Don’t Want This Night to End,” “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye,” “Drunk on You,” “That’s My Kind of Night,” “Play it Again,” “I See You,” “Kick the Dust Up.”
Bryan has sold over seven million albums and 27 million singles globally. He is also the recipient of several Country Music Association awards and Academy of Country Music Awards.
Country singer, songwriter and producer Brett Eldredge began his career in 2010. The singer’s debut album Bring You Back spawned three number one hits: “Beat of the Music,” “Don’t Ya,” and “Mean to Me.”
The singer has won several awards throughout his short career. His latest album Brett Eldredge was released in August 2017.