By Pepper

With the addition of 13 stadium tours to his “What Makes You Country” Tour, Luke Bryan announced today that he’ll be headlining the first ever country concert at Dodger Stadium on Saturday, July 28th.

The stadium stops, which are being dubbed the “What Makes You Country XL Stadium Sized,” include Met Life Stadium in New York City, Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts, and Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois.

Sam Hunt and Jon Pardi will open all shows, while Morgan Wallen will play the May – August stops, and Carly Pearce will play the September and October dates.

“I want fans to be able to come to a show and, I want them to hear an artist with big ole crazy hits,” says the American Idol reboot judge in a press release from his label. “I just love to see the fans out there singing these big hits that they’re hearing on the radio, and I think when they can come out and see artists in that setting, I just enjoy trying to make the best fan experience.

“The fact that we can all come together and create a package for fans, and at the end of the day I get so excited to put these guys in the best scenario possible to showcase what they are and where they’re going and what they’re going to be. And when I found out we could put this together, we got on the phone and started booking stadiums, and we were like, ‘Let’s go after this thing.’ So, it’s just exciting to go in with a line up like this.”

Ticket info will be announced in the coming weeks.

“WHAT MAKES YOU COUNTRY TOUR XL STADIUM SIZED”

DATE             CITY                                      VENUE
5/31/2018        Toronto, ON                          Rogers Centre

6/2/2018          New York City, NY              Met Life Stadium

6/16/2018        Cincinnati, OH                      Great American Ball Park
6/23/2018        Tampa, FL                             Raymond James Stadium

6/30/2018        Pittsburgh, PA                       Heinz Field

7/5/2018          Boston, MA                            Fenway Park

7/21/2018        Minneapolis, MN                   Target Field

7/28/2018        Los Angeles, CA                    Dodger Stadium
8/4/2018          Denver, CO                            Sports Authority Field at Mile High
8/25/2018        St. Louis, MO                       Busch Stadium
9/1/2018          Chicago, IL                            Wrigley Field

10/13/2018      Vancouver, BC                      BC Place Stadium

10/26/2018      Detroit, MI                             Ford Field

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