Luke Bryan has completed his two-year residency in Las Vegas: ‘Somehow I Have Survived Las Vegas’

Luke Bryan, 47, concluded his Las Vegas residency at The Theatre at Resorts World with his 48th show, marking the end of a two-year run. The final performance treated fans to a two-hour musical journey through Bryan’s hits from his career beginnings in 2007 to modern-day favorites like “But I Got A Beer In My Hand.”

Addressing the crowd, Bryan humorously remarked, “Somehow, somehow I have survived Las Vegas. I have not died yet, but if you add up all the mornings that I wanted to die, it equals three total deaths. Tomorrow morning, Shady Grove Rehab for me. I’m gonna wear pajamas for 45 days.”

Known for his love of casinos, Bryan shared his enjoyment of blackjack and craps during the residency. In a lighthearted moment, he mentioned being at the craps table until 5:15 a.m. the morning of the final show. The extended performance went beyond the typical 90 minutes, with Bryan covering songs from various artists, including George Strait, Rascal Flatts, and Madonna.

The audience was treated to Bryan’s signature hits like “Huntin’, Fishin’ and Lovin’ Every Day,” “Buy Dirt,” “One Margarita,” “Knockin’ Boots,” and “Play It Again.” The show’s highlight featured a moving catwalk that elevated Bryan and his band 45 feet in the air, engaging the audience in the mezzanine and balcony areas.

As the evening concluded, Bryan hinted at a potential return to Vegas, telling the crowd, “See you guys next time,” leaving the door open for more performances in the Nevada city.