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Luke Bryan – “What Makes Your Country” Tour at Coral Sky Amphitheater

Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset, Repeat? More like, Sunrise, Rain Clouds, Thunderstorm, Repeat! Of course a little rain wouldn’t crash my party from seeing Luke Bryan. I’ll just Kick The Dust Up and Drink a Beer cause That’s My Kind Of Night!

First to the Coral Sky stage was Morgan Wallen. Wallen, a good ol’ Tennessee boy, has made his way to the country scene opening for some pretty big acts such as Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line. Retiring from college baseball from an injury, Morgan began his career in country music and hasn’t looked back. Best known for his hits “The Way I Talk” and “Up Down,” Wallen set the tone for a great night.

A familiar face to the Coral Sky Amphitheater, Jon Pardi took the stage and kept this Thursday night party going. Pardi, voted the 2017 Male Vocalist of the Year, opened up with classics such as “Up All Night” and “Heartache On The Dance Floor” and ended his set with his chart topping “Dirt On My Boots” and “She Ain’t In It.” There ain’t no party like a Jon Pardi party!

   

Last but not least, the man of the hour came to bless us with his booty shaking skills. Being a natural performer, Luke gave all 20,000 people such a great performance. From shot gunning beer on stage to his sweet dance moves, Luke’s, “What Makes You Country Tour” was one for the books. This peanut picking (did you know he worked on a peanut farm growing up), Georgia boy played all of his hits ranging from his first album I’ll Stay Me to his most recent What Makes You Country. I was a sweaty mess at the end of this show from all the dancing and singing I did but I wouldn’t trade it for the world. Luke Bryan’s “What Makes You Country Tour” was one of the best shows I have seen and I would see it again in a heart beat.

    

       

 

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It all started a few years ago when I was a bridesmaid in a wedding and saw the photographer doing her thing when something clicked. I got home, whipped out my camera, started teaching myself little by little and the rest is history. I'm not sure what could be better than combining my love for music with my love for photography. You know that butterfly feeling in the pit of your stomach when you know something feels right? Yah.. That's me and photography. Combine that with capturing amazing artists and high energy shows and I wouldn't trade it for the world.
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Brittany Lemire

Brittany Lemire

It all started a few years ago when I was a bridesmaid in a wedding and saw the photographer doing her thing when something clicked. I got home, whipped out my camera, started teaching myself little by little and the rest is history. I'm not sure what could be better than combining my love for music with my love for photography. You know that butterfly feeling in the pit of your stomach when you know something feels right? Yah.. That's me and photography. Combine that with capturing amazing artists and high energy shows and I wouldn't trade it for the world.

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