CMT Artist of the Year Luke Combs is back on tour. And last week, he performed on a massive 360 stage. He posted a video of his packed concert on social media last night. And it looked epic.
As we all know, long-neck ice-cold beer never broke Luke’s heart. And he showed how much he loves the loyal brew as he shotgunned a can on stage in 360. In the video, Luke is singing his lungs out with screaming fans surrounding him. And judging by the event’s highlights, the Grammy-nominated artist looked like he was having the time of his life.
“First time doing a 360° show in the round,” he wrote. “And safe to say we’re having a little bit of fun being back on tour! Can’t wait to see y’all on the road. Second weekend starts tonight!”
Combs and his bands took the stage in Raleigh, NC on September 11th and 12th. He’s on the road for his What You See Is What You Get tour, which highlights his incredibly successful album. That record by the same name debuted at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart and the Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.
He headlined with Ashely McBryde, Drew Parker, and Ray Fulcher at PNC Arena. The stage sat right in the center of what looks to be thousands upon thousands of fans. The arena seats 21,000 people, and it looked like every one of those chairs was filled. So, you can imagine the intensity.
Luke Combs and Chris Stapleton Among CMT’s Artists of the Year
“Drum roll, please. The 2021 CMT Artists Of The Year honorees are…” CMT announced on Twitter.
“These artists dominated the last 12 months in country music & we can’t wait to celebrate them October 13 at 8c on CMT.”
CMT will honor each artist’s year during a live event in Nashville, TN.