Luke Bryan To Headline ‘American Western Weekend’ 2024
Luke Bryan is heading to Texas in 2024 to headline The American Western Weekend in Arlington. The country superstar will perform at Globe Life Field, the night before the iconic sporting event, American Rodeo, takes place.
In recent years, American Rodeo performers included Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Cody Johnson, and more. Bryan’s performance will take place on Friday, March 8, with additional acts to be announced for the weekend.
The American Rodeo will feature the Top 5 professionals from the National Reined Cow Horse Association (NRCHA), National Cutting Horse Association (NCHA) and National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) standings.
“The American Western Weekend is one of the biggest event weekends we’ll host all year,” said Sean Decker, President of REV Entertainment. “It brings a tremendous amount of people and economic impact to the community and will be something we look forward to every year at Globe Life Field.”
Tickets for the event go on sale Wednesday, December 6 at 10 a.m. CST, and can be purchased at www.axs.com/americanrodeo. Please note that performance tickets cannot be purchased separately.
If you’re looking to catch a performance by Bryan before the end of the year, he will be wrapping up his time in Las Vegas for his residency at Resorts World Theatre. The five-time Entertainer of the Year is scheduled for select dates from December 29 through January 6.
Before The American Western Weekend in March, Bryan will kick off 2024 in Riviera Cancun, Mexico for Crash My Playa from January 17 through 20. Dierks Bentley, Eddie Montgomery, Jelly Roll, Jon Pard, Bailey Zimmerman, and more are scheduled to perform with him on the beach.
Bryan also has a new song out right now with his labelmate and Crash My Playa performer, Pardi, titled “Cowboys and Plowboys.” Plus, you’ll want to turn up his latest tracks, “Southern and Slow” and “But I Got A Beer In My Hand.”
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