It’s been a big news week for Luke Bryan.
The country megastar, who just wrapped his 2017 Crash My Playa concerts in Mexico, has announced he will hit the road this year on the Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour.
Kicking off May 5 in Nashville, the trek will also visit Atlanta, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas and more and feature opening acts Brett Eldredge.
Lauren Alaina, Craig Campbell, Adam Craig, Seth Ennis and Granger Smith.
— Luke Bryan (@LukeBryanOnline) January 25, 2017
Luke will perform the national anthem at Super Bowl LI on February 5.
He will also advice Blake Shelton’s team of talent this season on The Voice, premiering February 27 on NBC.
See the full list of dates on the Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour below.
Luke Bryan’s Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour dates
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, California
Oct. 13: Wheatland, California
Oct. 14: Mountain View, California
Oct. 19: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Oct. 21: Salt Lake City, Utah
Oct. 26: Phoenix
Oct. 27: San Diego, California
Oct. 28: San Bernardino, California