Luke Bryan Releases ‘Light It Up’ Video & Announces Tour With Kip Moore/Cadillac Three

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Four-time Entertainer of the Year and American Idol judge Luke Bryanpremiered the new music video for single “Light It Up,” featuring NBA star Jimmy Butler, and announced the first leg of his 2018 “What Makes You Country Tour” on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today.

The video for “Light It Up,” the lead single from Luke’s upcoming What Makes You Country album, was directed by Michael Monaco. The video was shot in Nashville last month and stars Minnesota Timberwolves’ Jimmy Butler who is a country music fan and has been a guest of Luke’s at several of his concerts.

The first leg of Luke’s 2018 “What Makes You Country Tour” will launch February 16 in Springfield, Missouri at the JQH Arena and will run through the Fall of next year with more dates to be announced soon. Kip Moore and The Cadillac Three are the guests on the first leg. Ticket on sales begin Friday, Nov. 3. Ellen will give away tickets for all the dates on Luke’s tour so go to her website for your chance to win https://www.ellentube.com

2018 “What Makes You Country Tour” first leg

2-16     Springfield, MO          JQH Arena

2-17     Evansville, IN             Ford Center

2-18     Louisville, KY            KFC Yum! Center

2-22     State College, PA       Bryce Jordan Center

2-23     Atlantic City, NJ         Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall

2-24     Charlottesville, VA     John Paul Jones Arena

Live Nation is the national tour promoter of the 2018 “What Makes You Country Tour.” Cabela’s, the World’s Foremost Outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, is the sponsor. Citi® is the official presale credit card of Luke Bryan’s “What Makes You Country Tour.”

Pre-orders of What Makes You Country are available now at http://strm.to/whatmakesyoucountry and exclusive album packages available here:  https://LukeBryan.lnk.to/storePR

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