About Luke Combs
Luke Combs Tickets
Who’s relatively new to the country scene but doesn’t sound like it, and has a successful discography that proves his worth? That would be Luke Combs, who we’ve only known about since 2014.
For someone that debuted less than a decade ago, Luke has some impressive stats. His songs have spent a total of 186 weeks on music charts, though there are only eight of them. Talk about starting with a bang! How did he go to Ashville to Nashville with such success? Dedication and a voice anyone can get behind.
A Lifelong Crooner
Luke has always been musical since anyone can remember. He sang in groups in his hometown of Ashville during his middle and high school years. He was so good, he landed a singing solo when a group he was in landed a performance in Carnegie Hall.
With that success under his belt, he moved on to Appalachian State University, where he kept performing. Luke never finished his college career, dropping out with less than a month till graduation to take a chance on his music career. Not many people would have advised dropping out of college so close to the finish line, but for Luke, it worked out.
A Risk That Paid Off
He left Applachian State and moved to Nashville, where he put out his first EP (The Way She Rides, 2014). It did okay, but it was his second EP, “Can I Get An Outlaw” in 2015 that shot him to almost-instant fame. The song “Hurricane” from that album sold 15,000 plus copies in one week and hit at #46 on the Hot Country chart. Luke Combs was officially a Nashville name.
Local name or not, Combs would release one more EP before putting out his first studio album, and finally getting a record contract. Now with Sony Music Nashville, Luke owes us another record soon. Will you be at the show where he debuts it? Not if you don’t have tickets.
How much are Luke Combs tickets?
That’s a loaded question! Luke Combs ticket prices will differ depending on the source and the seats. The cheapest price for Luke Combs tickets is usually $70 a ticket, and that’s for nosebleed seats! If you want floor seats, or if you’re shopping for tickets at a popular venue, you could easily be looking at a few hundred dollars more.
How to buy Luke Combs tickets?
With demand at a peak, Luke Combs ticket prices are going to be pretty high if purchased directly from the box office. That means the best way to buy cheap Luke Combs tickets is online through a ticket marketplace. Ticket marketplaces like Gametime are perfect because they put you in contact with resellers looking to move seats at a relative bargain. It’s the safest and most affordable way to get the best price for Luke Combs tickets.
Is Luke Combs coming to a city near me?
If you live anywhere in the lower 48, there’s a good chance that Luke Combs is coming to a city near you! In fact, he’s going to be pretty much everywhere.
Luke Combs concert tickets are available for Los Angeles, Florida and many other cities in US. Check out the full tour schedule below and browse Gametime inventory for Luke Combs tickets in a city near you.
Will Luke Combs tour in 2019?
You bet he will! His tour will go steadily all the way into June.
What’s the Luke Combs 2019 tour setlist?
You never know what’s going to happen at a Luke Combs concert, but here’s the predicted setlist for the upcoming dates of his tour:
- Can I Get an Outlaw?
- When It Rains It Pours
- Must've Never Met You
- Honky Tonk Highway
- Even though I'm leaving
- Be Careful What You Wish For
- I Got Away With You
- One Number Away
- Memories Are Made Of
- Dear Today
- This One's for You
- The Ride / I'm Gonna Be Somebody / Fortunate Son
- Beer Can
- She Got the Best of Me
- Houston, We Got a Problem
- Beautiful Crazy
- 1, 2 Many
- Lovin' on You
- Beer Never Broke My Heart
- Brand New Man (Brooks & Dunn cover)
How long is a Luke Combs concert?
With such an epic setlist, you can expect Luke Combs’s performance to last for around 90 minutes. When you take opening acts into account, you’re looking at two to three hours of entertainment. Be prepared for a whole evening of country goodness with this one.
How much are Luke Combs floor seats?
The best way to see Luke Combs live is up close and personal from the floor, but these seats are always super expensive. The cheap end of floor seats can easily be $55 to $210, and if you’re seeing Luke at a venue with stage pit seats it could be even more pricey.
Of course, there are ways around this. There’s a great strategy for cutting Luke Combs ticket prices on floor seats, and the best part is that it requires you to do literally nothing but wait. Waiting until the last minute can get you some great discounts because resellers with unsold seats don’t make any money. Wait it out and watch those prices drop to something more affordable, and then enjoy your floor seats!
Luke Combs tour dates
October 18 – Portland, OR @ Moda Center
October 19 – Vancouver, Canada @ Rodgers Arena
October 22-23 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek Theatre
October 25 – Fresno, CA @ Save Mart Center
October 26 – Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center
October 31 – Nampa, ID @ Ford Idaho Center
November 1 – Spokane, WA @ Spokane Arena
November 2 – Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome
November 6 – San Jose, CA @ SAP Center
November 7 – San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena San Diego
November 8 – Phoenix, AZ @ Talking Stick Resort Arena
November 15 – Indianapolis, IN @ Bankers Life Fieldhouse
November 16 – Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
November 17 – Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes-Benz Stadium
November 18 – Augusta, GA @ James Brown Arena
November 21 – Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
November 22 – Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
November 23 – Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena
December 5 – Bossier City, LA @ CenturyLink Center
December 6 – Lubbock, TX @ United Supermarkets Arena
December 7 – San Antonio, TX @ AT&T Center
December 11 – Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center
December 12-13 – Nashville, TN @ Bridgestone Arena
February 7 – Columbia, MO @ Mizzou Arena
February 8 – Peoria, IL @ Peoria Civic Center
February 13 – University Park, PA @ Bryce Jordan Center
February 14 – Lexington, KY @ Rupp Arena
February 15 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena
April 18 – Albuquerque, NM @ Isleta Amphitheater
April 19 – Colorado Springs, CO @ Broadmoor World Arena
April 21 – Las Cruces, NM @ Pan American Center
April 24 – Corpus Christi, TX @ American Bank Center
April 25 – Houston, TX @ Toyota Center
May 2 – Boone, NC @ Kidd Brewer Stadium
June 25 – Topeka, KS @ Heartland Motorsports Park
June 26 – North Platte, NE @ Wild West Arena