Luke Bryan wows the concert crowd in Atlantic City


Photo Credit: Alex Gall

Luke Bryan starting his concert off by coming up on his black truck.

Luke Bryan arrived  in Atlantic City, New Jersey for a That’s My Kind of Night Tour concert, on Saturday, February 15, 2014. The Luke Bryan Tour concert in Atlantic City was held at the Boardwalk Hall Arena, but also featured, Lee Brice, and Cole Swindell.

Luke Bryan is touring all around; he started touring on Jan 16th, 2014 and will end on March 8th.  He started off in Columbus, Ohio, then travels to Lexington, Kentucky, Knoxville, Tennessee., Uncasville, Connecticut, New York, New York, Lubbock, Texas, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma., Moline, Illinois, Cedar Falls, Iowa, Omaha, Nebraska, Greensboro, North Carolina, Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, Atlantic City, New Jersey, Fargo, North Dakota, Bismarck, North Dakota, St. Paul, Minnesota, Memphis, Tennessee, and lastly ends in Bossier City, Louisiana.

Cole Swindell started the concert off singing five songs; he sang Let Me See Ya Girl, Hey y’all, Swayin’, I Just Want You, and Down Home Boys. Next to perform was Lee Brice. He sang around six songs:  Love Like Crazy, Hard to Love, A Women Like You, That’s When You Know It’s Over, Beautiful Every Time and That Way Again.

After Brice was done he introduced Luke Bryan. Luke Bryan started his concert off buy coming up from underground and he sang his most famous song That’s My Kind of Night. He sang 19 songs, including two songs for an encore. He ended his concert with I Don’t Want This Night to End, but then he had sung The Only Way I Know, Country Girl (Shake It for Me).

The concert was not packed until Bryan actually came on the stage. The concert was technically sold out. The stage crews in between song changes were very quick. That was the best part not having to wait forever until the next singer came on stage.

Bryan had the crowd up on their feet and singing along with his hits. Because he was in New Jersey, Bryan sang two Bon Jovi hits: Bad Medicine and Wanted Dead Or Alive. Bryan provided entertainment as he moved around the stage playing the guitar for some songs and the piano for others. At the end of the show, together Bryan, Swindell, and Brice sang the famous hit by Macklemore Can’t Hold Us.

Taking the trip to Atlantic City on February 15, 2014- February 17, 2014 was a great trip. If you haven’t seen Luke Bryan live, get to one of his upcoming shows.