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BOONE – The Luke Combs concert at Kidd Brewer Stadium has sold out shortly after tickets went on sale, as confirmed by Appalachian State Athletics.

“These tickets went fast and are currently sold out,” Ticketmaster’s website says. “But more tickets may become available soon. Check back for updates.”

According to Combs' marketing firm Sacks and Co., the total ticket number is 32,500 and the concert sold out quickly.

Tickets went on sale first for ASU students only on Sept. 29 in a special pre-sale at the Holmes Convocation Center. Tickets then went on sale for members of Combs’ “Bootleggers” fan club on Oct. 8, followed by the general public on Oct. 11.

The event is being put on by Live Nation and Ticketmaster, as confirmed by ASU, and is part of Combs’ “What You See is What You Get” tour in early 2020. All announced dates so far have sold out.

According to a Ticketmaster seating chart, the stage will be set up in the south endzone, near the scoreboard, with people on the field and in the stands on both sides. Kidd Brewer Stadium seats 21,650 in its permanent seats.

Doors open at 5 p.m. and the concert begins at 6:30 p.m. for the Saturday night show. Joining Combs will be special guests Ashley McBride and Drew Parker.

The concert was announced on Sept. 28 during ASU’s home football game versus Coastal Carolina.

“I always said, since I started doing this thing, ever since I played Legends last time, that I would come back to Boone and play a show,” Combs said in the video announcement.

Combs played a surprise free show at ASU’s Valborg Theatre in June 2018, announcing the news just two days before.

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