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Bryan announces summer tour

Tuesday, January 24, 2017 – Luke Bryan announced today on Facebook that he would launch the Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day tour in May.

The tour kicks off May 5 in Nashville and concludes Oct. 28 in San Bernardino, Cal.

Brett Eldredge. Lauren Alaina, Craig Campbell, Adam Craig, Seth Ennis and Granger Smith will open on various dates.

Tour dates are:
May 5: Nashville
May 12: Bristow, Virginia
May 13: Hartford, Connecticut
May 18: Moline, Illinois
June 1: Cincinnati
June 2: Cullman, Alabama (Rock the South Festival)
June 3: St. Louis
June 9: Little Rock, Arkansas
June 10: Tulsa, Oklahoma
June 16-17: Atlanta
June 23: Hershey, Pennsylvania
June 24: Mansfield, Massachusetts
June 25: Columbia, Maryland
July 1: Dauphin, Manitoba (Dauphin's Countryfest)
July 13: Bethel, New York
July 15: Cleveland, Ohio
July 16: Holmdel, New Jersey
July 21: Kansas City
July 22: Eau Claire, Wisconsin
July 26: Cheyenne, Wyoming (Cheyenne Frontier Days)
July 28: Central Point, Oregon (Country Crossings Music Festival)
July 29: Mountain Home, Idaho (Mountain Home Country Music Festival)
Aug. 5: Detroit Lakes, Minnesota (WE Fest)
Aug. 12: Syracuse, New York
Aug. 13: Oro-Medonte, Ontario (Boots and Hearts Music Festival)
Aug. 17: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Aug. 18: Charlotte, North Carolina
Aug. 19: Raleigh, North Carolina
Aug. 25: Darien Center, New York
Aug. 26: Saratoga Springs, New York
Aug. 27: Jones Beach, New York
Sept. 1: Lexington, Kentucky (Red, White & Boom Festival)
Sept. 6: Scranton, Pennsylvania
Sept. 8: Philadelphia
Sept. 9: Pittsburgh
Sept. 15: Indianapolis
Sept. 16: Chicago
Sept. 21: Austin, Texas
Sept. 22: Houston
Sept. 23: Dallas
Oct. 12: Concord, Cal.
Oct. 13: Wheatland, Cal.
Oct. 14: Mountain View, California
Oct. 19: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Oct. 21: Salt Lake City, Utah
Oct. 26: Phoenix
Oct. 27: San Diego, Cal.
Oct. 28: San Bernardino, Cal.

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