Luke Bryan to Bring ‘What Makes You Country Tour' to Fenway Park

Bryan to play the historic ballpark on July 5 with special guests Sam Hunt and Jon Pardi

Country music star Luke Bryan is heading out on the road this summer and bringing his tour to Boston's Fenway Park.

Bryan made the announcement during a press conference in Nashville on Wednesday.

The July 5 stop at Fenway is one of 13 stadium stops for his "What Makes You Country Tour XL Stadium Sized."

The tour is named after Bryan's recently released album that debuted at number one on both the Billboard Top 200 and Top Country Albums charts. It became his third consecutive album to debut at number one on the Top 200 and his fifth number one debut on the Top Country Albums Chart.

Joining him on the tour will be Sam Hunt and Jon Pardi. Additional show openers include Morgan Wallen (May-August), Carly Pearce (September and October) and DJ Rock.

"My excitement to play these iconic sports stadiums is truly uncontainable," said Bryan. "Playing my music live is the reason I do what I do and the energy of the fans is what pushes me year after year to deliver a bigger and better experience. I'm so thankful to be in these venues and cities with some of the brightest names in country music. This lineup fires me up and I can't wait to get this tour started!"

The full list of dates are:

5/31  Toronto, ON — Rogers Centre

6/2  New York City, NY — Met Life Stadium

6/16  Cincinnati, OH — Great American Ball Park

6/23  Tampa, FL — Raymond James Stadium

6/30  Pittsburgh, PA — Heinz Field

7/5  Boston, MA — Fenway Park

7/21  Minneapolis, MN — Target Field

7/28  Los Angeles, CA — Dodger Stadium

8/4  Denver, CO — Sports Authority Field at Mile High

8/25  St. Louis, MO — Busch Stadium

9/1  Chicago, IL — Wrigley Field

10/13  Vancouver, BC — BC Place Stadium

10/26  Detroit, MI — Ford Field

Information on ticket sales will be announced in the coming weeks.

Other artists playing Fenway this summer include Billy Joel on Aug. 10, Journey and Def Leppard on Aug. 11, and Pearl Jam on Sept. 2 and Sept 4.

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