Luke Combs conquers Europe, as he plans first international headlining trek

ABC/Randy HolmesLuke Combs is well on his way to becoming an international star.

At last week’s Country to Country Festival in London, the crowd of 15,000 proved they’re already well-versed in his catalog. In addition to his hits like “Hurricane” and “When It Rains It Pours,” the audience also sang along to the unreleased “Beer Never Broke My Heart” and early tracks like “She Got the Best of Me” and “Can I Get an Outlaw.”

Then on Friday, tickets to his show next fall in Glasgow, Scotland sold out in just minutes, with a second London concert also being added due to demand. The North Carolina native will travel to the Netherlands and Germany as well, when his first international headlining tour starts October 3.

Here’s the complete itinerary, with tickets on sale now at

10/3 -- Birmingham, England, O2 Institute Birmingham
10/4, 5 -- London, England, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
10/7 -- Glasgow, Scotland, O2 ABC Glasgow
10/8 -- Manchester, England, O2 Ritz Manchester
10/10 -- Amsterdam, Netherlands, Amsterdam Melkweg
10/11 -- Berlin, Germany, Columbia Theatre

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