3 continents, 16 countries and 35 concerts. Country star and CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Combs embarks on his biggest world tour ever in 2023. The massive tour consists of 16 arena concerts in North America and concerts in Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Ireland, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Denmark and AVICII ARENA in Stockholm 1 October 2023!
Thanks to enormous interest and two concert venues that sold out immediately(!) we have for this concert been given the opportunity to move from Hovet to Avicii Arena on the same date - October 1, 2023. Which means that more tickets will be released!
If you already have a standing ticket for the concert, it will also apply to the Avicii Arena. If you have a seating ticket you will get a new ticket for the concert at Avicii Arena!
Har du redan en ståplatsbiljett till konserten så kommer den att gälla även på Avicii Arena. Om du har en sittplatsbiljett kommer du att få en ny biljett för konserten på Avicii Arena. Keep an eye on the email you used when buying tickets!
The upcoming tour is only the latest milestone in an already monumental career for Combs, whose acclaimed album "Growin' Up", debuted on #1 Billboards Top Country Albums-list in June last year. The album is now avaialble through River House Artists/Columbia Nahsville.
Growin' Up was produced by Combs, Chip Matthews and Jonathan Singleton and is his third studioalbum after the 3x Platinum-selling "What You See Is What You Get" from 2019, and his 4x Platinum debut album "This One's For You". The album also includes his current single, "The Kind of Love We Make", which debuted as number 17 in Billboard Country Airplay chart - the highest list debut since January 20202 — and is currently in top 5 and continues to climb. The single adds to an already historic time at country radio for Combs, who recently reached his record breaking thirteenth consecutive # when his single "Doin' This", topped of both Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase/Country Aircheck diagram.
The press about "Growin' Up":
“one of country music’s biggest stars…He’s accomplished this not with virtuosic musical innovation, genre-crossing celebrity collaborations or by hosting a television singing competition, but by cranking out one irrepressibly catchy, widely relatable meat-and-potatoes country anthem after another.”
—The New York Times
“an authentic creative force, capitalizing on his man-of-the-people status to release music that resonates with wide swaths of listeners…as an artist, he’s making his biggest strides yet”
“He’s emerged as the field’s much-loved everyman with hits that country aficionados could not possibly resist”
—The Wall Street Journal
“his detail-rich songs make Growin’ Up a big-time country album with a tip-jar-worthy intimacy”
“Take a voice that projects major-league virility but also vulnerability, sprinkle in some core-songwriting-team prowess with lyrical and musical hooks, and then most of all, don’t step on the agreeable, humble personality of somebody who—in contrast to a lot of the bro-country that’s been out there—seems like someone you wouldn’t mind having as an actual brother.”
“one of music’s mightiest voices and a hitmaking force arguably unlike any seen out of Nashville this century”
“an uncharacteristically humble, down-to-earth, hardworking, fiercely loyal teddy bear of a country star…a true country-music behemoth”
“Luke Combs isn't just a country star…he made an excellent case for being a top-tier pop star, regardless of genre.”
“Combs struts his usual guitar-heavy songs with a certain nuance”
A member of Grand Ole Opry and one 6x CMA, 3x ACM, 3x Billboard Music Award-winner, Combs sets records and creates history. His previous release "What You See Ain't Always What You Get", debuted as number 1 on Billboard top 200 All-genre chart as well as Billboard's Top Country Albums chart. With that record, Combs reached #1, on Rolling Stones Top 200 Album chart, Top 100 songs-chart and Artists 500-chart — the first country artist ever to lead all three charts during the same week and first on Artists 500. He also made history as the first artist ever to have his first two studio albums spend 25 weeks or more at #1 Billboard's Top Country Album-chart — beating Taylor Swift's previous record of 24 weeks.
Dates & times
October 1, 2023
395-585 SEK+ service feeBuy tickets