Luke Bryan is kicking off a huge 2023 tour. How much do tickets cost?

Luke Bryan is kicking off a huge 2023 tour. How much do tickets cost?
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Now that the emotional 21st season of “American Idol” has wrapped, it’s officially time for judge Luke Bryan to leave the studio and return to venues all over North America.

From June through October, the “Play It Again” singer is hitting 54 stadiums, arenas, festivals, amphitheaters, stages and pavilions in the U.S. and Canada as part of his ‘Country On’ and ‘Farm’ tours this summer.

The country star will be making quite a few stops in New York and New Jersey along the way too.

First, he’ll hit Syracuse’s St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater on June 15.

After that, he’s set to perform at Darien Center, NY’s Darien Lake Performing Arts Center on June 16, Camden, NJ’s Freedom Mortgage Pavilion on June 23, Holmdel, NJ’s PNC Bank Arts Center on June 24 and Wantagh, NY’s Jones Beach Theater on July 6.

Our favorite aspect of the tour though has to be that affordable seats are available for most concerts.

At the time of publication, we found some tickets going for as low as $32 before fees on Vivid Seats.

While tickets aren’t that cheap for all shows, prices start at $35 up to $130 for most shows — it just depends on which one you choose to attend.

Want to find out which Luke Bryan show makes the most sense for you?

Keep scrolling. We’ve got everything you need to know and more below.

All prices listed above are subject to inflation.

Luke Bryan 2023 tour schedule

Bryan’s 54 tour dates will take him to big cities all over the country including Denver (July 29), Nashville (Aug. 12), Las Vegas (Sept. 2-9), Dallas (Sept. 28) and Green Bay (Oct. 13).

The run of shows will come to a close at Charleston, SC’s Credit One Stadium on Oct. 28.

Which concert is closest to you?

A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets for all shows can be found here.

Luke Bryan festival appearances

On top of the tour, Bryan is headlining at a quartet of multi-day festivals this summer.

We’ve compiled all the essential need to know details for you about the four weekend extravaganzas below.

Luke Bryan 2023 festival appearances
CMA Music Festival
June 8-11 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN
Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Luke Combs, Eric Church, Ashley McBryde
Country Concert
July 6-8 at Hickory Hill Lakes in Fort Loramie, OH
Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley, Jelly Roll, Jon Pardi, Brothers Osborne
Faster Horses Festival
July 14-16 at the Faster Horses Festival Grounds in Brooklyn, MI
Zac Brown Band, Shania Twain, Dustin Lynch, Dwight Yoakam, Billy Currington
Windy City Smokeout Festival
July 13-16 in Chicago, IL
Zach Bryan, Darius Rucker, Zac Brown Band, Jo Dee Messina, Randy Rogers Band

Luke Bryan opening acts

Bryan will be taking a slew of up and comers on the road with him this year.

To get you up to speed, we’ve found each of the eight (!) artists’ most streamed singles on Spotify.

You can listen to them all here:

Jackson Dean: “Don’t Come Lookin'”

Chayce Beckham: “23”

Jon Langston: “All Eyes On Us”

Conner Smith: “Take It Slow”

Hailey Whitters: “Everything She Ain’t”

Tyler Braden: “Try Losing One”

Ashley Cooke: “Never Til Now” feat. Brett Young

Alana Springsteen: “Me Myself and Why”

Country stars on tour in 2023

We’re not going to lie — this is a full-on banger year for country music.

To prove our point, here are just five hitmakers you won’t want to miss live on the road these next few months.

• George Strait with Chris Stapleton

• Morgan Wallen

Zac Brown Band

Shania Twain

• Zach Bryan

Who else is out and about this year? Check out our list of the 52 biggest concert tours in 2023 here to find out.