Luke Combs stops a concert to reimburse young fans for their tickets


Luc Combes kicked off their highly anticipated Middle of Somewhere Tour on Friday September 2 with a sold-out show at the Maine Savings Amphitheater in Bangor, Maine. During the show, he surprised a group of young fans in the pit by offering to cover the cost of their concert tickets.

Midway through her set, which social media posts said included performances of songs like “Doin’ This,” “Cold As You,” “One Number Away,” and her latest single, “The Kind of Love We Make,” Combs paused the show to interact with fans who had a clever nod in the crowd that was inspired by Combs’ single “When It Rains It Pours.”

“Won $100 stacking 5 cords of wood, bought 2 Luke Combs tickets. Man, it sounds good. Our dads swore it was a waste of time oh but they were wrong! Today, my 12th birthday, oh Lord when it rains, it rains,” read the handmade sign.

After realizing the kids were working hard to buy their tickets, Combs immediately offered to reimburse the birthday boy and his friends for their tickets.

“Okay, I have a question for you all, what’s up mate? How much did it cost you… How much were your tickets? $100? $200? You all paid $200, one hundred dollars each. Oh my God, I think I only got $140 here. Y’all want that, get your money back. I’ll get you some more,” he told them as he sat on the edge of the road. stage.

He had a member of his team get a pen to sign some of the young fans’ things, including their cowboy hats, Luke Combs merchandise and more.


Bangor ME, Luke you’re the man. #maine #bangor #lukecombs #humble #stayhumble @lukecombs we love you.

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Luke Combs even met the birthday boy and his friends/family backstage after the show

The reigning CMA Artist of the Year then took things a step further by inviting the group of young fans, consisting of birthday boy Bo and his brother Tanner as well as his cousins ​​Jackson and Josie, to meet him backstage after the show.

“It’s Tyler here, Tyler’s gonna pick you guys up and I’m gonna get you a bunch of shirts and stuff. I’m [also] I’ll make sure to say hi after the show, okay? ” he promised. “Good job guys, I paid you a little, I’ll finish paying you back later, I promise. It’s going pretty well in this next song. This next song is about being proud of the little things, it’s called “Does To Me”.

Combs then performed his chart-topping hit, “Does To Me,” a duet that originally featured Eric Church.

After the show, a parent took to social media to share a photo of Combs with young fans backstage.

“@lukecombs our wish came true last night and we were able to meet you. I never thought this was really going to happen,” the parent wrote. ”You made our night and my cousin’s birthday thank you so much we will never forget it. You are the best and your show was awesome, I can’t wait to do it again.

Bo also told us that it was an unforgettable birthday.

“Luke was amazing, it was the best birthday of my life and the best concert I’ve ever been to,” the 12-year-old told us, before graciously thanking Combs, “Thank you, Luke, for the tickets. “

The Middle of Somewhere Tour will return to the Maine Savings Amphitheater on Saturday night for a second sold-out show. The tour will resume in Green Bay, Wisconsin on September 16-17.

The remaining Middle of Somewhere Tour dates will feature live support from Jordan Davis and special guests Lainey Wilson and Morgan Wade on select dates.

Following his Middle Of Somewhere tour, Combs will embark on a headlining Canadian tour with support from Riley Green and Chayce Beckham in November.

Luke Combs has released his latest album, Growing up, in June. The project debuted at No. 1 upon release and includes chart-topping hit, “Doin’ This”, Combs’ current single, “The Kind Of Love We Make” and “Outrunnin’ Your Memory”. , a duet with Miranda Lambert, among many others.

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