Luke Combs to Stream ‘What You See Is What You Get’ Tour Stop for Fans Missing Live Concerts
Luke Combs has plans to share a full show from his most recent tour so that fans who are missing live music can experience something close to it once again. The "Better Together" singer shared the news on social media, revealing that his team recorded the full tour.
"What would y'all think about me posting a full show to watch?" he asked on Thursday night (Feb. 11). "All the camera angles and everything. Thought it may be pretty cool. Maybe the night of Feb. 18?"
His fans were enthusiastic about the concept, to say the least. On Tuesday (Feb. 16) he revealed all the details. The show will be free to watch on his Facebook and YouTube channels.
Combs' What You See Is What You Get Tour began in early 2020 but was cut short after just a few dates. Ashley McBryde and Drew Parker were to open the first 10 dates he announced. It's not clear if their sets are a part of the replay. It all begins at 8PM ET.
This tour followed his 2019 Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour. The U.S. trek was a seminal moment in the young singer's career. He named the tour before releasing a song of the same name to radio. He booked arena-sized venues when he just had a handful of hit songs, with no guarantee he'd be up to seven No. 1 hits before it wrapped.
In 2020, Combs added three more multi-week No. 1 hits, but was not able to play live music — something he alluded to missing very much. Songwriting and a surprise wedding to fiancee Nicole Hocking kept him busy, however. Like all artists, he's hopeful the coronavirus pandemic will subside before the year ends so he can return to the stage. The bulk of his rescheduled dates will come up again starting in August, but Combs has various festival dates to play prior to that.
*This story has been updated to reflect the proper tour name and the time for this live stream concert.