Luke Bryan Tour 2013 hits the road for the Dirt Road Diaries Tour

The year 2013 promises to be a big concert year for Luke Bryan, as it will find him headlining his first concert tour. This country singer, whose big singles include “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye,” will have Thomson Square and Florida Georgia Line (which just struck it big with the hit song “Cruise”) as his touring mates on what he’s calling the Dirt Road Diaries tour.

This Luke Bryan Tour 2003 will start off with a show in Evansville, Indiana on January 17, and end up landing in 20 different cities before all is said and done. The tour winds up in Charlottesville, VA on March 23 for a concert there.

The complete Luke Bryan tour 2013 itinerary is available

Bryan, when asked about the Luke Bryan Tour 2003, told CMT that he’s “dreamed about this day for a long time.” He went on to say how much he’s enjoying putting together this tour. He’s also expressed a lot of respect for his touring partners.

If you buy your tickets, tour can expect Bryan to sing all his many hits during this cross country tour, including his first big hit, “Do I,” which won him the USA Weekend Breakthrough Video of the Year at the 2010 CMT Music Awards. Other Bryan favorites include “It’s a Sure Thing,” the sexy “Country Girl (Shake It for Me),” “Someone Else Calling You Baby,” “I Don’t Want This Night to End” and, of course, the party anthem “Rain Is a Good Thing.”

Bryan, who is from Leesburg, Georgia, has reached the headlining status quite quick when you consider he only has three albums under his belt to date. He recently also appeared on Jason Aldean’s latest album, Night Train, singing with Aldean and Eric Church on a song called “The Only Way I Know.”

The man has coming a long way from the days when he was first signed as a songwriter in 2001, where he landed the title track to a Travis Tritt album called My Honky Tonk History, to today. It looks like with the Dirt Road Diaries tour, Luke Bryan will be making a little honky tonk history of his own when fans line up to buy tickets for his first headlining trek.

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