In the shadow of a full moon, and with 28,000 fans screaming, Luke Bryan brought it all on Saturday night at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre.
The Tinley Park venue — just outside of Chicago — was rocking from the opening act.
Riley Green and Mitchell Tenpenny opened the night up and got the crowd ready for a night that felt like one of Chicago’s last true summer Saturdays.
Bryan led his night off with I Don’t Want This Night to End — and he stayed true to the title, performing for the audience for nearly two hours. Bryan played most of his biggest original hits and mixed in some covers, performing Billy Currington’s Good Directions and Jordan Davis’ Buy Dirt.
Bryan capped the night off with an epic finish of Rain is a Good Thing, That’s My Kind of Night, and Country Girl.
Bryan is staying in the Midwest through the next two weeks, performing in Indiana, Ohio and Michigian.
Keith Urban headlines at Tinley Park next, taking the stage September 24.