Luke Bryan was right at home at AT & T Stadium in Arlington, TX as the half time entertainer for the Dallas Cowboys/Carolina Panthers Thanksgiving matchup. He thrilled the crowd with his hits like ‘Kick The Dust Up’ and ‘Don’t Want This Night To End.’
Luke Bryan, 39, was the perfect choice to thrill the big game crowd – and national TV audience – as the halftime entertainer brought down the house with a medley of his smash country hits. He took a break from his mega successful Kick The Dust Up Tour to wow the NFL fans in such a huge way. We’re sure the Cowboys/Panthers national audience were amazed by Luke’s rousing half time performance!
Luke brought the crowd to their feet with a medley of his hits which rounded off with a rollicking version of “Shake It For Me,” while the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders shook their stuff behind him on stage.
The crowd in the stands definitely needed the energetic performance, as the Cowboys has a horrible first half, trailing 23 – 3, after Tony Romo threw three interceptions and Carolina had over double the yardage on offense as Dallas.
Luke’s halftime show helped launch the annual Red Kettle campaign held by the Salvation Army. The singer himself is no stranger to giving as he supports charities that raise money for AIDS and cancer research, children and disaster relief. Click here to check out Luke Bryan’s Kill The Lights.
Luke showed off his preps before the big game on Nov. 25, seated alongside Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and a top Salvation Army official via his Twitter account:
— Luke Bryan (@LukeBryanOnline) November 25, 2015
“As a football fan, I’m especially excited to be performing on Thanksgiving Day,” Luke said after it was announced on Oct. 27 that he’d be performing. “It’s also an honor to spotlight two great organizations like Dallas Cowboys and the Salvation Army and raise awareness for all the great work they do,” he added.
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