Luke Combs promised fans that he would be performing live for them in 2021. In summer 2020, he shared the dates for his “What You See is What You Get” tour. Unfortunately, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic has continued to put a damper on live concerts. Country music fans are eager to get back to going to their favorite shows, but it may be a while until that can happen safely.
So, Luke previously announced that a live-streamed concert is in the works. Now, the official details are out.
Luke Combs announces live-streamed concert details
In a tweet, Luke shared the details for the concert. It will take place on Thursday, February 18. The concert begins at 8 PM ET. It will be available to stream on both YouTube and Facebook. You can find it by going to Luke’s official YouTube channel and Facebook page.
Note that he won’t be performing live at the time of the live stream. He will be sharing a video from his tour while live on Facebook and YouTube. This is a great way for his fans to catch a “live” concert safely amid Covid-19.
We’re doing it… Excited to announce I’ll be going live this Thursday, February 18 at 8 PM ET with a video of a full show of mine from the What You See Is What You Get Tour. pic.twitter.com/e5KEZBXivj
— Luke Combs 🎤 (@lukecombs) February 16, 2021
If you happen to miss the live stream, it’s possible that you’ll still get to watch it later. Someone in another time zone replied to Luke’s tweet asking if there would be a way to watch it later.
It looks like the concert will remain available to re-watch temporarily after the concert is streamed. Country 2 Country promises to share clips of the concert as well.
Hey! Yes, from our understanding the video will remain live for a little while afterwards! We'll also be sharing the stream from our C2C Facebook page 😊
— Country2Country (@C2Cfestival) February 16, 2021
Fans looking forward to live music
As mentioned, it’s been a while since country music fans have had an opportunity to catch a live performance. So, this is the perfect chance for them to get their fix. After Luke fired off that tweet, his followers replied and shared their thoughts.
Fans of his are commenting to say that they can’t wait to watch it and that they’ve missed getting to see him perform. One fan joked asking if their boss would notice if they are exhausted at work the next day because they’re in a different time zone.
Only real question is will my boss notice if I am exhausted the next day at work if I stay up to watch this (starting at 1pm in the UK) 🤨
— Jordan Davis (@JordanD68232062) February 16, 2021
Luke’s tweet got a very positive response, so it’s likely that many of his followers will turn out to watch the concert from home.
So, will you be tuning in to watch Luke Combs’ live-streamed concert? Let us know in the comments below.
The concert begins at 8 PM ET on Thursday, February 18, so don’t miss it.
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