Luke Bryan has been on the road for over a month, and secondary ticket prices continue to remain competitive for the country music superstar. His Kick the Dust Up tour is scheduled to finish up on October 30, 2015, at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. Additionally, a large number of U.S. dates still remain on the calendar, including a stop at NYC’s first-ever country music festival, FarmBorough, and Country Thunder Music Festival in Twin Lakes, WI. Luke Bryan’s tour is in support of his forthcoming release, Kill the Lights, which fans can expect out on August 7. The album will mark Bryan’s fifth studio release, and his first in two years.
Kick The Dust Up features a stacked slew of opening acts, including Randy Houser, Dustin Lynch, Florida Georgia Line, and Thomas Rhett. The overall country experience has packed arenas around the country, and Bryan, the king of bro-country, has ticket sales that are indicative to his growing popularity. The average secondary ticket price to see Luke Bryan on tour is $190.74, and across the board, his cheapest tour date is his June 27 show in Bristow, Virginia. For that date, the average secondary ticket price is $108.93, with a get-in price of $37, according to SeatSmart. In comparison, a secondary ticket to the entirety of FarmBorough Festival in New York City on June 28 (which includes additional acts like Dierks Bentley and Brad Paisley) is currently averaging at $201.77, with a get-in of $109. The most expensive date on Luke Bryan’s tour is his July 17 date at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, Missouri. For that date, the average secondary ticket price is $531.25, with a get-in price of $43.
Overall, Luke Bryan’s Kick the Dust Up tour has been well-received, and is heightening the anticipation for his new album. Reports have noted that both Bryan and his buddies in Florida Georgia Line have been known to douse fans in beer towards the end of their sets, and that the entire show gives off the feel of a mini-country festival. Aside from his newest single, Bryan has been said to play a handful of fan-favorite songs, including his 2007 hit, “All My Friends Say,” and his romantic 2013 track, “Play It Again.”