Country music superstar Luke Bryan, along with Concerts West/AEG Presents and Resorts World Las Vegas, is announcing dates for his first-ever headlining-run of shows in Vegas will begin on Friday, Feb. 11, 2022. Luke is scheduled for six shows that month with more to be announced soon. The concerts will take place at The Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas, a 5,000-capacity, world-class theatre that will open its doors this November. Tickets, plus VIP and premium ticket packages, go on sale to the public starting Monday, May 24 at 10 a.m. PST at AXS.com.
We’re looking forward to putting on a unique show at The @rwlvtheatre! I’m already working on ideas and can’t wait to play for you on this new playground where I can create a fun and high energy experience. Tickets go on sale 5/24 with shows starting in February 2022. pic.twitter.com/HvtQaoDxN1
— Luke Bryan (@LukeBryanOnline) May 12, 2021
“We are looking forward to putting a show together for the fans in Vegas that will be a unique way to see me in concert, something different than coming to a show on the road,” shared Luke. “When I saw the renderings and all of the state-of-the-art technology that The Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas was offering I just knew this was a place I had to headline. I am already working on ideas and set lists for these shows and can’t wait to get in front of the fans on this new playground where I can create a fun and super high energy experience.”
Luke’s show dates at Resorts World Las Vegas are as follows:
Feb. 11-12, 16, 18, 19, 20, 2022
“Being in country music with Carrie Underwood, I’m really, really proud of her, and I think she’s going to put on a show that’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen,” he admitted about his co-headliners to People. “Even Katy Perry and I have been talking on set at Idol — she’s already planning and creating her show.” Bryan reveals Perry, 36, is a bit more organized than him and “plans her outfits a year in advance,” and jokes about any competition between the two: “I’ll be ready for Katy.”
Luke’s February run will come on the heels of his seventh sold-out “Crash My Playa” destination concert event in Mexico taking place Jan. 19-22, 2022. He will tour across the U.S. on his “Proud To Be Right Here Tour” from July to Oct. this year.
The announcement of performance dates at Resorts World Las Vegas follows the debut of the resort’s immersive, first-of-its-kind short film called “Stay Fabulous,” which featured appearances from Luke as well as the property’s additional founding headliners including Celine Dion, Katy Perry and Carrie Underwood. The commercial offers a sneak peek of the entertainment to come as it takes viewers on a larger-than-life journey into the future of hospitality, entertainment and gaming with a series of highly dynamic, captivating vignettes that affirm Resorts World Las Vegas as the new hospitality leader for every form of excitement and spectacle that makes Las Vegas fabulous. To view the commercial, click HERE
The Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas is a joint development between Resorts World Las Vegas and AEG Presents. The brand-new, multi-level venue designed by the award-winning international design firm, Scéno Plus, will be home to Las Vegas’s largest and tallest performance stage with the furthest seat only 150 feet from the stage. The intimate venue will feature unparalleled comfort, unobstructed sightlines and an unmatched immersive audio experience through more than 265 L-Acoustics speakers powered by L-ISA hyperreal technology.
“Being in country music with Carrie Underwood, I’m really, really proud of her, and I think she’s going to put on a show that’s unlike anything you’ve ever seen,” he admitted about his co-headliners. “Even Katy Perry and I have been talking on set at Idol — she’s already planning and creating her show.”
Bryan reveals Perry, 36, is a bit more organized than him and “plans her outfits a year in advance,” and jokes about any competition between the two: “I’ll be ready for Katy.”
“Her shows are amazingly fun, so I think everybody can stay in their own lane, but really feed off each other’s energy and make the most of Vegas,” he went on.