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Luke Bryan continues to break touring records

FOXBORO, MA - AUGUST 10: Luke Bryan performs onstage at Gillette Stadium on August 10, 2014 in Foxboro, Massachusetts.
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Luke Bryan added another record breaking tour stop to his list following his stop at Soldier Field in Chicago. Music Row reported on Sept. 2, 2014 that Bryan claimed the new title for the best selling country show to happen at Chicago’s Soldier Field when he made his fourth and final “That’s My Kind Of Night Tour” stadium stop. Bryan performed for a record setting 225,000 fans combined during his four stadium tour stops.

Bryan started breaking stadium records with his first headlining stadium stop at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh that set a new all time record for country music tickets sold. Bryan performed for over 50,000 fans during his June stop at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh which topped previous ticket sales at Heinz Field for Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift.

Bryan continued to bring in big numbers when he brought his “That’s My Kind Of Night Tour” to Boston. Bryan had 60,000 fans fill Gillette Stadium in Boston to catch his performance in August which made him the new title holder for a single day country music concert to happen at Gillette Stadium. Bryan kept selling out his stadium stops with a performance in front of 50,000 fans at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field where he achieved his third consecutive stadium sellout.

Bryan also brought his fans out in large numbers by performing back to back shows during his “That’s My Kind of Night Tour” stops at Blossom Music Center in Cleveland, Ohio then heading off to Cincinnati, Ohio to put on two more shows at the Riverbend Music Center. Those Ohio stops turned into Bryan’s fans buying up all of the tickets they could get their hands on leading to Bryan selling out all four nights. Bryan got to add another title for the first country act to sell out two nights for his Blossom Music Center stops.

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