This weekend is shaping up to be one of the biggest concert weekends at Highmark Stadium in a long time. 

Major country star Luke Combs will have back-to-back shows at One Bills Drive on Friday, April 19 and Saturday, April 20. This is the first time that there have been back-to-back shows by the same artist since 1984. Back then, it was the Jackson 5 that performed two days in a row during their 1984 Victory Tour

And now, 40 years later, Luke Combs is about to do it again, and he has a whole weekend planned for Buffalo, including two totally different concert line-ups, a special tailgate, a Luke Combs mini museum debuting in Western New York, and your chance to win meet & greets with the country legend. 

What To Expect For Both Nights Of Shows

If you haven’t peaked at the set list (don’t worry, we won’t spoil it for you), just know that the two shows are expected to be entirely different performances. Combs has stars coming along with him to open the show, and they are different for each day. 

For Friday, April 19, these stars are opening for Luke Combs:

  • The Avett Brothers
  • Charles Wesley Godwin
  • Hailey Whitters
  • The Wilder Blue

For Saturday, April 20, you can expect to see these performers ahead of Luke taking the stage:

  • Jordan Davis
  • Mitchell Tenpenny 
  • Drew Parker
  • Colby Acuff

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Exclusive Luke Combs Tailgate Party At Highmark Stadium

There is going to be a tailgate before Luke Combs’s concert on Saturday at Highmark Stadium. It is called the JACK DANIEL’s Luke Combs Tailgate Party, and it is entirely free! You can, of course, buy beer and food on site, but this tailgate party is only available at the Saturday night show. However, the tailgate is open to all stages. 

The time of the Bootleggers Tailgate will be from 3 PM - 5:30 PM on Saturday by GATE 3, with performances from up and coming artists: The Wild Cards + Greylan James. They will take the stage for the Bootleggers Tailgate at Highmark Stadium, which will also feature a merchandise stand and food and drink options.

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Limited Time Only! - Luke Combs Mini Museum On Display

The weekend-long party gets started early at 10 AM with WYRK’s Kadie Daye at the T-Mobile Store in Cheektowaga, located at Union Road and Walden Avenue. For two hours, you will be able to see the one and only, debuting in Buffalo, NY – Luke Combs Lounge and Mini Museum! 

Luke Combs has never done this in any other city he has toured at, so it’s a surprise for all of us! However, we do know that he will have some of his guitars on display at the T-Mobile in Cheektowaga, along with some last minute prizes for you!

How To Win Luke Combs Saturday Concert Tickets And Meet & Greets

Kadie Daye from Clay & Company will be at the T-Mobile in Cheektowaga, located at Union Rd and Walden Ave, on Friday, April 19 to debut the Luke Combs Lounge and Mini Museum. 

AND – everyone who comes to the T-Mobile store between 10 AM - 12 PM, you will have an opportunity to win a pair of concert tickets to the Saturday show and meet & greets for Luke Combs! 

There’s only two rules you have to remember:

  • You must be 18 years or older. 
  • You must be present at the time of the drawing to win the grand prize. 

It’s going to be a fun weekend for country music! Don’t forget to check out the Luke Combs Lounge & Mini Museum on Friday, April 19 at the T-Mobile Store in Cheektowaga, located at Union Rd and Walden Ave. 

If you have any questions ahead of the concert weekend, see our Frequently Asked Questions page

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