Luke Bryan Wraps 2013 Tours After Performing for 1.3 Million Fans

Luke performed for some of the largest crowds of his career.

photo by Michael Monaco/Schmidt Relations

Luke Bryan put an end to his highly successful Dirt Road Diaries Tour over the weekend.

The tour had Luke performing to some of the largest crowds of his career for the past several months. That trek, combined with his other 2013 tour dates, including his Farm Tour 2013, had Luke surpassing the 1 million marker for fans who caught him live this year.

The Dirt Road Diaries Tour was a complete success for Luke, who played to sold-out crowds every single night of the trek. The tour package also included Thompson Square and Florida Georgia Line and received rave reviews across the board from all who attended the shows.

Luke continued his Farm Tour adventure in 2013, taking along Nashville's hottest writing trio, the Peach Pickers, and other special guests. The success of both tours and Luke's red-hot music kept attendance in full capacity at all shows and increased album sales, as well as digital downloads of his singles.

In January, Luke will kick off his That's My Kind of Night Tour, which will include 18 shows through March 8. The new tour will feature opening acts Lee Brice and Cole Swindell.

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