Country music star Luke Bryan today announced a new summer tour that includes a stop at the Walmart AMP on Thursday, Aug. 10. Gates will open at 5:30 p.m., and music starts at 7 p.m.
The show will include special guests Chayce Beckham, Ashley Cooke and Jackson Dean.
Tickets go on sale to the public at 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 3 (presales begin Tuesday). Ticket prices range from $34.50-$189.50 plus fees.
It’s the 14th concert booked at the AMP so far this year, with more expected to be added in the coming weeks.
Bryan, a judge on “American Idol,” previously performed at the AMP in 2021.
New for the 2023 season is the AMP’s $20 Premier Reserved Parking add-on, which guarantees a space in the parking lot across from the venue’s main entrance. A limited number spots will be available for most shows.
Purchase tickets and add-ons at amptickets.com, in person at either of the venue’s box offices, or by calling 479-443-5600.
AMP 2023 Schedule (so far)April 21 – Walker Hayes / Ingrid Andress / Breland
April 22 – Tyler Childers / Charley Crockett / Wayne Graham
May 5 – Parker McCollum / Larry Fleet
May 9 – Godsmack / I Prevail
May 23 – Dave Matthews Band
May 26 – Incubus / Coheed and Cambria
June 14 – Foo Fighters
June 17 – Avett Brothers / Gov’t Mule
June 23 – Matchbox Twenty / Matt Nathanson
June 29 – Willie Nelson / Margo Price / Flatland Cavalry / Particle Kid
July 11 – Fall Out Boy / Bring Me The Horizon / Royal & the Serpent / Carr
July 14 – Foreigner / Loverboy
July 15 – Snoop Dogg / Wiz Khalifa / Too $hort / Warren G / Berner
July 20 – Nickelback / Brantley Gilbert
July 27 – Eric Church / Midland / Ray Wylie Hubbard
July 28 – Lynyrd Skynyrd / ZZ Top / Uncle Kracker
July 29 – Disturbed / Breaking Benjamin / JINJER
Aug. 9 – 3 Doors Down / Candlebox
Aug. 10 – Luke Bryan / Chayce Beckham / Ashley Cooke / Jackson Dean
Aug. 15 – Pantera / Lamb of God
Aug. 16 – Smashing Pumpkins / Interpol / Rival Sons
Aug. 18 – Beck / Phoenix
Aug. 19 – KIDZ BOP
Aug. 20 – Sam Hunt / Brett Young / Lily Rose
Aug. 24 – Jelly Roll / Struggle Jennings / Caitlynne Curtis / Josh Adam Meyers
Sept. 14 – Jason Aldean / Mitchell Tenpenny / Corey Kent / Dee Jay Silver
Oct. 6 – Odesza / TOKiMONSTA / QRTR / OLAN