Luke Byran shut down Nashville's Lower Broadway Monday night for a free concert to celebrate the grand opening of his new venue, 32 Bridge.
30,000 fans showed up to watch him perform some of his biggest hits, including "Country Girl Shake It for Me," "My Kind of Night" and "Crash My Party."
Cole Swindell joined Luke to sing, "Aint't Worth the Whiskey" and Tim McGraw's "Where the Green Grass Grows." Ryan Hurd also took the stage to sing the song he wrote, "Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset," with Luke.
Earlier in the day, Luke cut the camouflage ribbon to open the venue officially. Luke also launched his own Record Label Company called 32 Bridge.