Luke Bryan makes history by becoming first country music artist to headline LA Dodgers Stadium

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Luke Bryan created history on the 28th of July, by becoming the first country music artist to headline a date at the LA Dodgers stadium, which was a sell-out.
More than 50,000 people packed into the stadium to watch the 42-year-old, donning LA Dodgers merchandise, perform a career-spanning set, which brought the house down.
The American Idol judge has frequently played in big venues in Los Angeles, but this was the first time he – or any other country music artist – headlined the Dodgers’ stadium.
Luke Bryan played:
Country Girl (Shake it for Me)
Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day
I Don’t Want This Night to End
This is How We Roll (Florida Georgia Line cover)
All My Friends Say
Light it Up
Someone Else Calling You Baby
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye
Most People Are Good
Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset
What Makes You Country
Kick the Dust Up
Strip it Down
Drunk on You
Crash My Party
Home Alone Tonight
Do I
Good Directions (Billy Currington cover)
Mountain Music (Alabama cover)
Drink a Beer
Roller Coaster
Play it Again
Rain is a Good Thing
Move
That’s My Kind of Night

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