On Oct. 23, Luke Bryan will bring his musical talents to the Ak-Chin Pavilion in Phoenix as one of the last performances on his That's My Kind of Night Tour in 2014. This tireless performer has been on the road since the beginning of the year to support his 2013 release "Crash My Party," which earned a Billboard Music Award for being the best-selling country album of the past year. During this Thursday evening show at this open-air amphitheater, Bryan is sure to continue his tradition of performing a blend of new and old hits from his extensive catalog. Fellow country acts Lee Brice and Cole Swindell are slated to open for Bryan, giving fans a night full of country music hits.
Ak-Chin Pavilion Seating Information
During this only Luke Bryan Phoenix concert, fans will have the option to stand front and center in the Ak-Chin Pavilion's GA Pit. If you prefer reserved seating close to the stage, your best option will be the seats in the Lower Level Sections 101-105. The centrally located VIP boxes follow the Lower Level and offer a more private experience for Bryan's show. Plentiful seating is also available farther back in the Middle (Sections 201-205) and Upper (Sections 301-305) Levels. The Lawn offers more general admission seating and is located farthest from the stage, but several large video screens will enhance the viewing experience for guests seated in this area.
Ak-Chin Pavilion General Information
Feel free to bring binoculars, rain jackets, blankets, small umbrellas, and personal cameras to the Luke Bryan concert. You may not bring lawn chairs taller than nine inches, alcohol, pets, bottles, or coolers. The only outside beverages allowed at this concert will be factory-sealed bottles of water.
Ak-Chin Pavilion Parking Information
General parking is available on site, and lots generally open between two and three hours before show time. VIP parking is available for a fee, but prices may vary depending on the type of vehicle.
Ak-Chin Pavilion Gate Times
The doors of Ak-Chin Pavilion are expected to open by 5 p.m. local time for Bryan's performance.