River House Artists/Columbia Nashville’s singer/songwriter Luke Combs announces his 2017 headlining Don’t Tempt Me With A Good Time Tour kicking off October 3 in Los Angeles, Calif. Combs will take his cross-country full-throttle tour to 25 cities including Atlanta, Boston and his hometown of Asheville, N.C., where he will headline his first-ever arena at US Cellular Center. Special guests for Combs’ nationwide good time include Ray Fulcher, Josh Phillips and Faren Rachels. Ticket pre-sales launch Tuesday, August 15 and general on-sale starts Friday, August 18. Visit LukeCombs.com for more details.
Don’t Tempt Me With A Good Time Tour
DATE CITY VENUE
DATE CITY VENUEOctober 3 Los Angeles, Cali. The Roxy*October 4 Bakersfield, Cali. Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace*October 12 Milwaukee, Wis. The Rave*October 13 Des Moines, Iowa Wooly’s*October 14 Wichita, Kan. The Cotillion*October 19 Tulsa, Okla. Cain’s Ballroom*October 20 Columbia, Mo. The Blue Note*October 21 Springfield, Ill. Boondocks*October 26 Fayetteville, Ark. George’s Majestic Lounge*October 27 Kansas City, Mo. The Truman*October 28 Denver, Colo. Grizzly Rose*November 2 Baton Rouge, La. Texas Club*November 3 Houston, Texas House Of Blues*November 4 Fort Worth, Texas Billy Bob’s Texas*November 9 Oxford, Ohio Brick Street Bar+November 10 Columbus, Ohio Newport Music Hall+November 16 Boston, Mass. House of Blues+November 17 Baltimore, Md. Rams Head Live+November 18 Asbury Park, N.J. The Stone Pony+December 1 Atlanta, Ga. The Tabernacle+December 7 Columbia, S.C. Township Auditorium+December 8 Charlotte, N.C. Coyote Joe’s+December 14 Orlando, Fla. House of Blues+December 15 Jacksonville, Fla. Florida Theatre+December 16 Asheville, N.C. ¬¬ US Cellular Center+
Bakersfield, Cali. & Oxford, Ohio, on-sale August 19thJacksonville, Fla, on-sale August 25thColumbia, S.C., Charlotte, N.C. & Orlando, Fla., on-sale Sept. 22nd
*Ray Fulcher & Josh Phillips+Josh Phillips & Faren Rachels
Combs, the artist deemed “one of country’s leading new contenders” (NPR), stormed onto the Country music landscape with force this year releasing his celebrated full-length debut album This One’s For You opening at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums Chart and No. 5 on Billboard Top 200. Drawing critical praise, American Songwriter remarks This One’s For You “proves [Combs] worthy of comparisons to the likes of Eric Church and Chris Stapleton” and Entertainment Weekly heralds the project as a “dynamic debut album.” The singer/songwriter’s Platinum-certified debut single at County radio “Hurricane” landed at No. 1 for two weeks – making Combs the first new solo male Country artist to achieve a multi-week No.1 debut radio single since 2001 when Blake Shelton topped the charts with “Austin.” Combs continues to fire up the radio chart as his new single “When It Rains It Pours” soars into the Top 25 this week.
Forecast as an “artist to watch in 2017” by Amazon Music, Billboard, Pandora, Rolling Stone and more, Combs lives up to early predictions with his new stout headlining tour. Performing more than 200 shows in a year as an indie artist, Combs first began building the foundation of his career on the road touring while in college at App State. Growing a devoted fan base for his trademark soulful, grizzled country sound and earning a reputation for having “earned his newfound success by tirelessly delivering the goods on the road” (Rolling Stone), Combs was tapped in 2017 to join Brantley Gilbert for his 9-month Devil Don’t Sleep Tour and lineups for notable music festivals including Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits and CMA Fest.
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