Luke Bryan Cancels All 2020 Concerts Including Bossier City
Luke Bryan fans, you might want to sit down for this one. You might have thought it was bad enough when Luke first rescheduled his early October "Proud To Be Right Here" concert to later in the month, on October 30, but now we get news that due to the concerns of COVID-19, he has cancelled all of his 2020 concerts and that includes his stop here at Centurylink Center in Bossier City and a stop he was to make on October 28 in Lafayette.
Most of the concert dates have been rescheduled for 2021, but looking at the list of dates he has released, I just can't find a date where he's rescheduled for Bossier City.
In fact, it appears as though he'll kick things off on May 30, 2021 in Youngstown, Ohio and checking all the tour stops he's released, the closest he'll get to Bossier City will be on September 4, 2021 when he's at the Brandon Amphitheater in Brandon, Mississippi right outside Jackson. I can't find a single date scheduled yet in Louisiana, Arkansas or Texas, but promoters could still be working out details for dates in those states and could release details later.
Some of the dates for 2021 are already on sale. More information about Bryan's 2021 tour stops and their on-sale dates is available at LukeBryan.com
Bryan has also pushed back the release of his new album, Born Here, Live Here, Die Here. Originally scheduled for release on April 24, the album is now set to come out on Aug. 7.