Luke Combs sells out 16 of 24 fall shows | The Music Universe

What You See Is What You Get Tour sells 16 out 24 in first weekend

Continuing his monumental success on the road, Luke Combs sold out 16 the 24 shows on his newly confirmed What You See Is What You Get Tour since tickets went on-sale this past Friday, including both his Madison Square Garden headline debut performances. Additional sold out dates include Raleigh’s PNC Arena (two nights), New Orleans’ Smoothie King Center, Dallas’ American Airlines Center, Memphis’ FedEx Forum, Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena, Chicago’s United Center, Orlando’s Amway Center and Boston’s TD Garden among others. The new tour — which will feature special guests Ashley McBryde, Drew Parker and Ray Fulcher — will see Combs performing with a new in-the-round stage design.

This achievement adds to a series groundbreaking and historic years for the ACM, CMA and CMT Award-winning artist, who was featured on NBC’s Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist this past weekend. Additionally, Combs is nominated in three categories at the 55th ACM Awards: Entertainer the Year, Male Artist the Year and Album the Year for his acclaimed global No. 1 record, What You See Is What You Get. The awards ceremony will be broadcast on CBS live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 5th at 8 pm ET/PT.

Combs will co-headline two stadium dates with Tim McGraw in Philadelphia and Los Angeles in September. Special guest Midland and Ingrid Andress will join the shows.

What You See Is What You Get made its debut at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart as well as Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart with 172,000 equivalent units sold. It was the global No. 1 album, topping charts in Canada, Australia and the U.K., also enjoying the largest streaming week ever for a country album with 74 million on-demand streams. It also achieved the biggest first week album streams for a country artist ever on Apple Music within its first two days release and was the first country album ever to hit No. 1 on the platform’s U.S. overall albums chart, while also setting a new global record for first-week streams for a country album at Spotify and the Amazon Music record for more first-week streams than any other country album debut.

Luke Combs sells out 16  24 fall shows | The Music Universe