During the “Kill the Lights Tour,” Luke sold-out all six of his stadium shows this summer including a double play in Boston’s Gillette Stadium due to high ticket demand. The tour also performed back-to-back concerts in five additional cities.
Known for his enthusiastic performances, Luke captured the attention not only of his fans but music critics alike during the tour’s 58-city run.
“Bryan’s appeal is his unflappable energy.”- Houston Chronicle
“It was also easy to see why Bryan has connected with such a large audience since his career began in 2007. Like so many other stars in genres like rap, pop and electronic dance music, Bryan’s take on country offers pure escapism. Having a good time was the theme.” – Baltimore Sun
“The Georgia native had a masterful stage setup which catered perfectly to his playful, energetic personality.” Toledo Blade
”It was the kind of night that underscored why Bryan is the Country Music Association’s reigning Entertainer of The Year. He’s a first rate showman who worked hard at connecting with his audience…He’s likeable, charismatic and comes across as quite genuine.”- San Jose Mercury News
“Bryan is a solid performer, with great charisma and stage presence, and an ability to create intimacy with an audience of tens of thousands of people.” – Sacramento Bee
“The country music superstar who has scored CMA’s coveted entertainer of the year award two years in a row, definitely proved worthy of that honor.”- Orange County Register
On Wednesday, Nov. 2, Luke will perform on the 50th Annual CMA Awards where he is the reigning 2014 & 2015 Entertainer of the Year and is nominated again for the night’s top prestige award as well as in the Vocal Collaboration category with Karen Fairchild for “Home Alone Tonight.”