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ACM Entertainer of the Year Takes the Stage for 2 Sold Out Shows

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Chances are many of you at home tried to get tickets to see one of Luke Bryan's concerts in Nashville this weekend, but weren't able to because they sold out almost instantly. Luke Bryan's Dirt Road Diaries Tour wasn't only in high demand here in his hometown of Nashville but everywhere. The country singer pre-sold out every single stop on his tour. It has been pure madness downtown all day. With country fans everywhere, especially near Bridgestone. Many fans had tickets. Others were hoping to come out and buy some, and many just wanted to be part of the concert atmosphere. The good news is if you missed out on Luke's 2013 tour, just this week the country singer announced another headlining tour. Starting in January Luke will head out on his That's My Kinda Night 2014 Tour. He will have 18 stops. None planned for Nashville, but there are 2 Tennessee stops, one in Knoxville on January 18 and another in Memphis on March 7.

Tonight's show really was like 3 huge concerts in one. His headliners certainly are no strangers to the country scene. Florida Georgia Line opened up the night, and then Thompson Square.

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