Exciting October For Luke Combs Leading Up To His Opry Debut


He’s one of those artists quickly popping up on everyone’s radar and he’s set to  have a jam-packed and memorable October. Luke Combs, whose hit single “Hurricane” has caught the attention of many, has several Nashville shows lined up to finish off the month, including one especially iconic venue.

One week from today, Combs will play popular club Exit/In, his first full band 90 minute live show in Nashville. Tickets for the 18+ show are available here for only $10 with doors opening at 7PM, show at 8PM.

Local radio station The Big 98 WSIX-FM is holding their annual Halloween show, Battle For The Bones, at Mercy Lounge to benefit the FTL Sarcoma Fun & TJ Martell Foundation on Friday, October 28th. Combs will take the stage alongside country hitmakers Craig Campbell, Chase Rice, LOCASH, Brett Young and Michael Tyler, as well as DJ Sinister. Ticket options for the 21+ show include VIP packages with opportunities for preferred viewing locations and meet & greets. In the past, the show has sold out early, so grab your tickets before they’re gone!


The following night, October 29th, Combs will make the trek to Music City’s holy ground, the Grand Ole Opry. Combs knows the importance of such an appearance, stating, “Playing the Opry is a dream come true. Standing on that stage is going to be such an honor. Hopefully I can do my part to live up to such a great legacy.” Some of his fellow Battle For The Bones artists will share the stage with him as the Opry lineup for that evening includes LOCASH and Craig Campbell, as well as Old Crow Medicine Show, Lucie Silvas & John Osborne, Bill Anderson and more. Tickets are available on the Opry website.

As if his full calendar isn’t enough, Combs is finding time to do some good for those who need it. This week, Combs is donating all proceeds from the purchase of “Hurricane” to Habitat for Humanity disaster response efforts. As a North Carolina native, Combs felt a call to duty to assist those affected by Hurricane Matthew, which recently hit the East Coast. Hear it from Combs himself below and grab your copy of “Hurricane” here.

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