Luke Bryan Tickets Philadelphia, PA: Ticket Down Slashes Luke Bryan Ticket Prices at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Ticket Down has rolled back ticket prices on Luke Bryan tickets at the Lincoln Financial Field on Friday, August 15th. This well-known secondary ticket exchange is offering their customer appreciation promo/coupon code LUKE-BRYAN-2014 for added savings.

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Luke Bryan to Headline at Lincoln Financial Field on Friday, August 15th

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) April 18, 2014

Ticket Down is a reliable source of affordable tickets for Luke Bryan at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA. The home of the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League will be filled with fans on August 15th when Luke Bryan brings his “That’s My Kind of Night Tour” to Philadelphia, Pa. The 37-year-old native of Leesburg, Georgia is one of the biggest acts in all of music, let alone country. He has been active in the music business since 2004 and is one of the hottest acts in the business to see live. Bryan is known as an elite live performer and fans of his heading to his stadium show will also be able to enjoy the music of Lee Brice and Cole Swindell.

Lincoln Financial Field opened in 2003 and has been the home of the Eagles ever since. The venue is also home to the Temple Owls NCAA football team and was home to the Philadelphia Union from Major League Soccer for a season. The venue is one of the top for fans of soccer and has hosted numerous other special attractions over the years including concerts from Bruce Springsteen, Taylor Swift, Kenny Chesney and U2. When Bryan, Brice and Swindell make their way here this summer, it will be another amazing show in the long line of top events held here.

Bryan became an instant fan favorite in 2007 when he released his debut single, “All My Friends Say,” which was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America for selling more than 500,000 copies. The song peaked at the No. 5 spot on the Billboard country singles charts. Four singles later, Bryan had achieved his first No. 1 country song with “Rain is a Good Thing,” and has since released other No. 1 hits including “Someone Else Calling You Baby,” “I Don’t Want This Night to End,” “Drunk on You,” “That’s My Kind of Night,” “Drink a Beer,” and “Play it Again.”

When it comes to one of the most underappreciated singers in country music, look no further than Brice. He has written countless songs that other artists have performed including Garth Brooks, Eli Young Band and Tim McGraw and has written many of his own tracks. His most successful single to date has been his 2012 song, “Hard to Love.” The song has been certified platinum by the RIAA in the United States for selling more than a million copies and his heartbreaking single, “I Drive Your Truck,” was also certified platinum and earned Brice the 2014 Academy of Country Music Award for “Song of the Year.”

Swindell is one of the rising stars in country music. His 2013 was one of the best for any performer in music and his single “Chillin’ It,” was called the song of the year by Sirius XM “The Highway.” Last summer, he had the chance to fill in for Thompson Square on Bryan’s tour and this year, will get a chance to play on the tour from start to finish.

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