Bryan adds second Boston stadium gig
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
– Luke Bryan said today he would add a second Boston area stadium gig in July.
Bryan said on his web site, "A second show has now been added in Boston at Gillette Stadium on July 15 due to an overwhelming demand for tickets." The stadium is actually in Foxboro, Mass., a bit south of Boston. A pre-sale starts on Thursday, March 3 at 10 a.m. eastern on Ticketmaster.
The Boston concerts on July 15 and 16 are the first of six stadium dates taking place this summer on Bryan's Kill The Lights Tour.
Little Big Town, Chris Stapleton and Dustin Lynch will open both shows.
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