Country star Luke Bryan has announced new dates for shows in Los Angeles and Devore, previously postponed due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, and added new shows in Irvine and San Diego as part of a planned tour in 2021.
Bryan’s “Proud to Be Right Here” tour will be held on September 23 at the North Island Credit Union Amphitheater in San Diego, on October 8 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, on October 14 at the Five Point Amphitheater in Irvine, and on October 14 at the Five Point Amphitheater in Irvine. October arriving at the Glen Helen Amphitheater in Devore. 16.
Tickets for the new concert dates will be available to the public from Friday, April 30th, 10 a.m. on lukebryan.com. Members of Bryan’s fan club, Nut House, will be able to buy early on Tuesday, April 27th, were previously purchased for the Los Angeles shows and Devore will be honored on the new dates.
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Bryan, whose hits include “Rain Is A Good Thing,” “All My Friends Say,” “Play It Again,” “Down To One” and “This Is My Kind Of Night”, is a hot item in the country -Music. He finished 2020 as Billboard’s Top Country Artist of the 2010s with 11 number 1 hits on the Hot Country Songs list and has been named CMT Artist of the Year six times. He was recently named ACM Entertainer of the Year 2021. Bryan is also a judge for the reanimation of “American Idol” on ABC, along with Katy Perry and Lionel Richie, but was recently withdrawn from circulation after testing positive for COVID-19.
Bryan was originally scheduled to perform in Southern California last year, but like many artists, he has postponed his tour due to the pandemic.
Coronavirus precautions were not disclosed with the new concert dates, but California recently allowed visitors outside of the state to attend concerts. State restrictions on indoor and outdoor events are expected to ease on June 15, and concerts can resume at full capacity.
State health officials said in an email that “reasonable health measures,” including masking, would continue to apply across California and that “requirements for testing or vaccination reviews will remain in relevant settings,” without delving into whether major concerts are being held would or might not require testing or vaccination records.
The Staples Center, one of the venues for Bryan, has a list of safety precautions on their website, including requiring guests to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of the event Have an event on your mobile device. Guests over the age of 2 must wear a face mask and encourage guests to keep a distance of at least 6 feet from anyone outside their household.