Organizers at the Daytona International Speedway announced over the weekend that country music superstar Luke Combs will be performing at the 2022 Daytona 500. This will be the second straight year that Combs will take the stage at the 500-mile-long NASCAR Cup Series motor race.
Combs took to Twitter to share the exciting news writing: “I couldn’t say no to the opportunity to come back to a packed out #DAYTONA500 full of the best @NASCAR FANS!”
One of Combs’ fans also shared their excitement for the news by tweeting, “I CAN NOT WAIT!!! I get to go to Daytona for a SECOND time and I get to see LUKE COMBS! I’ve been wanting to go to his concert, but going to the Daytona to see him is WAY better than going to a concert. That’s what you call a kill two birds with one stone type situation!”
Another fan added, “This is a great time to be a racing and Luke Combs fan!
Packages for Combs’ return to the Dayton 500 Pre-Race Show starts at $230 and offer a Dayton 500 Reserved Ticket, UNOH Fanzone/pre-Race Access Ticket, VIP Concert Access, and a Q&A session With Combs. Daytona 500 organizers also tweeted, “We can’t wait to party with Luke and the best fans in the world at the #DAYTONA500!”
Luke Combs on a Historic Hot Streak on Radio
Earlier this month, Combs scored his 11th straight No. 1 single with his hit single “Forever After All,” on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. Luke is notably the first artist whose first 11 singles reached the chart as well.
As previously reported, “Forever After All” made its debut in October 2020 and is dedicated to Luke’s wife, Nicole. The single’s official video features clips from the couple’s wedding that took place in August 2020.
“‘Forever After All’ music video . . . features footage from the best day of my life,” said Luke on Instagram recently. “The day I got to marry my best friend. I love you, @nicohocking.”
Other singles featured on the chart are “Hurricane,” “When It Rains It Pours,” “One Number Away,” “She Got the Best of Me,” “Beautiful Crazy,” “Beer Never Broke My Heart,” “Even Though I’m Leaving,” “Does to Me,” “Lovin’ On You,” and “Better Together.”
Combs is currently working on his third studio album. The album will follow his 2017’s This One’s For You, and 2019’s What You See Is What You Get. Comb’s first album spent a total of 50 non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.
Luke also recently took to social media to share a few photos of himself preparing for his upcoming What You See Is What You Get 2021 tour. Stops on the tour will include New York’s Madison Square Garden, San Francisco’s Chase Center, Houston’s Toyota Center, Chicago’s United Center, and Boston’s TD Garden.
Additional tour dates have been announced as well. Combs also performed for the first time in 15 months over the weekend.