Luke Bryan really got fans to ‘Move’ on Friday night (Sept. 8) at the Citizen Bank Park venue in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on his Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour.
Bringing along Brett Eldredge and Craig Campbell to party hard with him for the evening, each of the guys gave their own styles a go for the excitable Pennsylvania crowd. With Campbell laying down some traditional roots to Eldredge’s soulful and romantic odes, it was Bryan that exploded out of the scene with his chart-topping singles such as “That’s My Kind of Night,” “Fast,” “Play It Again,” and many more.
The poignant stopping point of the night was when Bryan honored both Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry and Don Williams, as they both passed away respectively on Friday. Dedicating his song “Drink a Beer” to the fallen country legends, Bryan wanted to recognize the two men that impacted country music in such a significant matter.
“I want to take a moment to remember the country icons we lost today, Mr. Don Williams & Troy Gentry of the country duo Montgomery Gentry. Please sing this next chorus loudly in honor of them,” Bryan said following a brief moment of silence in remembrance of Gentry and Williams.
Photos from the Friday night show can be viewed in the spread below. Bryan will go back and forth from his Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day Tour with his annual Farm Tour 2017 scattered throughout the fall season. More information about his upcoming schedule can be found on Bryan’s website.