CLEVELAND - While the Cleveland National Air Show is zooming over the skies of Cleveland, country superstar Luke Bryan will be kicking up some dust inside FirstEnergy Stadium Saturday night.
Bryan's Kick The Dust Up Tour 2015 heads to Cleveland for the Labor Day holiday. But it won't be just Bryan taking the stage: Florida Georgia Line, Randy Houser, Dustin Lynch & DJ Drama will also be taking performing, starting at 5:25 p.m.
Gates to the show open at 4:30 pm, and the Browns and Live Nation are reminding everyone of stadium policies and procedures, since the stadium adheres to NFL guidelines. Remember that bags over 12"x6"x12" in size are not allowed. Neither are hard-sided containers, umbrellas, inflatable balls, cameras with detachable lenses, video recorders, stands/tripods and selfie sticks. The NFL "Clear Bag Policy" will be effect.
As anyone can guess, between Luke Bryan and the Air Show, traffic and parking will be challenging. Concert goers are being asked to plan ahead and arrive early so as not to miss any of the show. Public transportation may be the way to go, and RTA's rapid service will operate until midnight (or for 60 minutes after the concert ends, whichever is later). Fans are encouraged to buy a $5 all-day RTA pass and ride to Tower City Station, transfer to the Waterfront Line and exit at the West 3rd Street Station, which is right across from the stadium's southwest gate. The HealthLine will also operate on Euclid Avenue to the Tower City Station.
And if you still want the chance to kick up the dust with Luke and company, there are still tickets available. They can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com, all Northeast Ohio Ticketmaster locations, or by phone at 800-745-3000.