Luke Combs Breaks Record at Gillette Stadium and Worldwide
Have you heard of this Luke Combs guy?
The guy is good...like, really good.
Just kidding. Of course you know Luke Combs. The guy is a country music icon, producing number ones left and right. According to an article by lastfm, Combs' "two albums for Columbia Nashville have combined to produce 14 singles, each one hitting #1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart."
Now, each song recorded hitting #1 is certainly a stat to brag about; however, that is not the most impressive thing Luke Combs is known for. Not in New England, anyway.
In 2023, Luke Combs will debut his first stadium tour. About time.
Many were hoping for the stadium tour after he teased it on his Instagram a few weeks before the official announcement.
Well, you got it.
The hitmaker has already sold out 37 of the 39 venues, according to an ABC Audio article.
If that was not enough, he has already sold out all 16 of the stadiums that are booked for the tour, according to ABC Audio.
If THAT is not enough for you, New England, Luke Combs sold out Gillette Stadium faster than any first time performer in Gillette Stadium history, according to ABC Audio.
Now that is a statistic worth bragging about. Combs will have special guests Lainey Wilson, Riley Green, Flatland Cavalry, and Brent Cobb join him at Gillette Stadium on July 22, 2023.
More crazy stats around Luke Combs' world tour include the fact that "within hours, the “Forever After All” singer became the first international artist to sell out an Australian and New Zealand tour," according to a Country Now article.
Not only that, but "his shows at Arlington’s AT&T Stadium and St. Louis’ Busch Stadium are the fastest to have sold out at those venues," according to ABC Audio.
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