With the recent release of his latest single, “Southern and Slow,” Luke Bryan is doing anything but slowing down. In the midst of his ongoing Country On Tour,

 the superstar announced he will embark on a Farm Tour, which begins shortly after he returns to Vegas for four more dates of his phenomenal Strip residency.

“We wanted to bring a different show to the fans visiting Vegas. A show that would be different than coming to see me (on tour),” Bryan told Las Vegas Magazine

. “We are really happy with how it turned out and with the state-of-the-art sound and lighting at Resorts World, it just kicks it to another level.”

On another level, these shows certainly are—sometimes even literally, thanks to a suspended catwalk that the singer rides to the top seats of the theater.

From a dynamic stage complete with many, many screens and pedestals in motion, Bryan performs an extensive collection of hits from his discography and a few covers.

And he does this all while sprinkling in little bits of his delightful personality, through tales of his times in Vegas, on the road and with his family.  

Though there’s much room for surprise in his Las Vegas shows, you can certainly count on hearing your favorites.

The singer actually uses medleys of his songs to ensure that he fits all his hits in. After all, with 30 No. 1 hits, Bryan has a catalog hard to parse into a single show. Nevertheless, he’s done it and done it well.

Even when the spectacle simmers and the singer takes his lonesome seat at a bright blue piano, the audience remains engaged.

As a grid of lights beams a warm glow from behind, Bryan shares an intimate moment with his fans, simply enjoying a few melodies in front of those who love and appreciate his artistry.


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