Get your summer plans ready for 2022. Luke Combs, Cody Jinks, Zach Bryan, and many others are rocking Ohio Stadium in Columbus. That’s right, the atmosphere of a college football game at The Shoe with a whole lotta badass country music.
The Buckeye Country Superfest is going to bring some great talent to Columbus next year. The show is scheduled for Saturday, July 23 next year. With Combs, Jinks, Bryan being the main attractions. Also joining those three are Kameron Marlowe and Morgan Wade. Tickets are going to go on sale on November 5th though at 10 AM so be ready!
Country music fans know that Luke Combs is going to bring the noise. He is not just one of the most exciting acts in country music, he is a big football fan. So, the singer-songwriter is going to play it loud and mean come next July. Not to mention Jinks and the rest of the crew are going to do what they each do best. This is a great lineup and going to be a fun show for those able to snag tickets.
I have a feeling this is going to be a quick sellout. Combs is the reigning Male Vocalist of the Year from the CMA Awards. This year he is up for another set of awards including Entertainer of the Year. All eyes are on him as far as the future of country music is concerned. Of course, he is going to perform at this year’s awards as he did in 2020.
All things considered, Luke Combs has a ton of momentum and ain’t letting it go. Not only that, but he’s giving back as well.
Luke Combs Gifts FFA Chapter Tickets and Backstage Surprise
While performing at the Grand Ole Opry, Luke Combs made a wonderful gesture. The country music artist shared the fun night at the Opry with an FFA chapter. Not only did he get free tickets for the chapter to the show, but he also had a surprise for the group backstage.
On a trip to Nashville, Willows CA FFA Chapter was not able to get tickets to see Combs at the Opry. They were down and out it seemed, and then the 31-year-old star reached out and got these kids some tickets. After a plea via Twitter, Combs replied and got things hooked up for the group.
“Tickets are on me!” the artist said on Twitter. “Y’all have fun tonight. Someone from my team will reach out and get y’all set up!” While the offer was great, things were difficult. The show was sold out and not even Combs could get the kids seats in the crowd.
So, Luke Combs did the next best thing. He brought them backstage and sat them down right there so they could watch the show. He came back and said hi to the kids and even took a picture with the group. How about that? Not many would do the same.