The country superstar will mark his third headlining appearance at the Lions’ home on Oct. 26
Luke Bryan is heading to Ford Field on his “What Makes You Country” tour, marking his third headlining concert at the Detroit Lions’ home.
Bryan will play Ford Field on Oct. 26, promoters announced Tuesday, with opening acts Sam Hunt, Jon Pardi and Carly Pearce. No ticket information has been announced.
Detroit is one of several stadiums on the country superstar’s tour; he will also play supersize venues in Toronto, New York, Boston, Chicago and Pittsburgh, among other cities.
The Ford Field concert is the final show on Bryan’s tour, continuing a tradition he started when he first headlined the venue in 2015. “Let’s just say we may try to make a little tradition out of this last-show-of-the-year thing at Ford Field,” he told The News at the time.
Bryan followed with a tour-ending show in 2016, but skipped Ford Field in favor of a Faster Horses stop in 2017.
Bryan’s latest album, “What Makes You Country,” was released last month and debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top 200 albums chart.