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Luke Bryan kicks it in Kelowna

Country star Luke Bryan kicks it in Kelowna with more than 6,000 fans at his sold out concert at Prospera Place Sunday night. - Jennifer Smith/Morning Star
Country star Luke Bryan kicks it in Kelowna with more than 6,000 fans at his sold out concert at Prospera Place Sunday night.
— image credit: Jennifer Smith/Morning Star

It was every country fans kind of night as Luke Bryan lit up the stage for a sold out crowd in Kelowna Sunday.

More than 6,000 country fans up and down the Okanagan Valley rolled into Propera Place to see the star, the female portion of the crowd swooning over his skin-tight jeans and lusty moves.

His performance, which included a fiery entrance atop a big, black, jacked up truck surrounded by a ring of fire, impressed fans. But the fans also impressed Bryan.

"We've never heard louder crowds in our life," he said.

"When I wake up and think about Kelowna I'm gonna remember this as one night I never want to end."

Kelowna was the second Canadian stop in Bryan's That's My Kind of Night Tour, which included opening acts Cole Swindell and Lee Brice.

More than half a dozen fans also tried to get up close and personal with Bryan, climbing on stage for a brief moment before being carried off by security and removed from the concert.

For photos from the show visit https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.740359326003963.1073741828.192507094122525&type=1

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