Luke Combs is currently on his World Tour, packing stadiums left and right and traveling all across the globe to bring country music fans his iconic voice and anthemic songs.

The tour started back in March and runs all the way through October, with the country star only playing his concerts on weekends to allow for travel and much valued personal time with his family.

As of right now, Combs’ World Tour is set to stop on Saturdays in Tampa, Florida (July 8), Charlotte, North Carolina (July 15), Foxborough, Massachusetts (July 22), and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (July 29th).

After this recent Instagram post, it might be safe to tack an extra day on to each of those weekends…

With dueling football helmets representing each of July’s already scheduled stops, I can assure you that you are in fact seeing double. Combs captioned the picture with a simple tease of:

“July is going to be double the fun…”

Now whether or not those second dates at those select cities in July will be on Fridays or Sunday is still to be determined. In the past when Combs has done two shows in one city, like he did when he stopped in Nashville back in April, he played back-to-back nights on Friday and Saturday.

So I’m not telling you to go ahead and plan that the additional dates will be Fridays, but it might be safe to assume that the former ACM country music Entertainer of the Year will be performing under the Friday night lights.

But also remember what they say about assuming…

Regardless of when the official days are announced, it looks like four lucky cities on Combs’ world tour will be getting a little “double trouble” when the country star comes to town.

Fans are already losing their minds about the announcement, taking to Twitter to respond to Combs’ recent post:


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