Dustin Lynch is about to show fans one hell of a night with his first-ever headlining Hell of a Night Tour powering through The Cone Denim Entertainment Center in Greensboro, on Sunday, December 6. The energetic live performer anointed Luke Bryan’s “possible heir apparent” by Rolling Stone, will amp up crowds nationwide with his big beats and catchy songs including “Hell Of A Night” and “Where It’s At” as well as new single “Mind Reader,” which hit Country radio Sept. 28. For tickets and more information, visit

Fresh off Luke Bryan’s 2015 Kick the Dust Up tour, Lynch took the opportunity to watch the superstar’s set every night and take notes.

“Touring with Luke Bryan and Keith Urban, I’ve learned from the best and now to headline my first tour is a dream come true,” Lynch said. “Watching Luke night after night on this tour has made me realize its ok to have fun and just go with it…not to get too caught up on what’s been rehearsed.

I’m so excited for fans to see what we have in store and the first night can’t get here fast enough.”

Following these celebrated entertainers as an example, it’s no surprise that the rave reviews of Lynch’s live show are stacking up. Billboard praised, “[Lynch] opened up the show with a briefyet-impressive set that included his hit singles ‘Cowboys And Angels’ and ‘Where It’s At,’ as well as his current radio hit “Hell Of A Night” — bringing the crowd to its feet” while lauded the “…series of big, loud riffs that took us to the country by way of the jungle.” Glamour noted, “Dustin Lynch is making quite a name for himself” and TooFab hailed him as “Country music’s sexiest up-and-comer.”

Luke Bryan added an extra vote of confidence in a recent interview with Rolling Stone Country, “I love Dustin Lynch, because I see so many aspects of Dustin that were me. Dustin is that guy that loves every day, he just loves being at the party, and by that I mean the game. He’s just goofy and naïve enough like me that he’ll be a superstar.”

Rocketing into full gear, Lynch’s Hell of a Night Tour will cover 35 cities nationwide, including major stops in New York City, Boston, Houston, and New Orleans and features special guest, Big Loud Records’ Chris Lane, who is slated to release his debut EP this fall.


The 5th Annual His Laboring Few Ministries Toy Ride Formerly and Dorrie’s December Dream/Blue Christmas will be hosted at Mac’s Speed Shop located at 1218 Battleground Ave in Greensboro.

A motorcycle ride will begin at Mac’s Speed Shop on Saturday Dec. 5. Riders will leave at 1:00 pm headed to His Laboring Few Ministries’ Store House located at 812 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Thomasville. Live bands and free food for everyone, especially riders, will be offered at the His Laboring Few location.

Later that night beginning at 6:00pm Mac’s Speed Shop will host Dorrie’s December Dream and Blue Christmas. The ride portion will feature a Guilford County Sheriff’s escort.

Dorrie’s December Dream and Blue Christmas is sponsored by The Piedmont Blues Preservation Society and will feature the Landon Spradlin Blues Band. Toys will be collected at both events for His Laboring Few Ministries, which will go to needy families in the Triad area. “Over 300 families have already called in requesting help. We’ve had to stop taking names yet with a good turnout at these events we can add considerably more families,” said Robin St. John, who is coordinating the event at His Laboring few Ministries. The collected toys will be distributed by His Laboring few Ministries on Monday Dec. 21 to the parents of the needing families. Cash and checks may be given in place of toys. These funds will be used to purchase additional toys. Please make checks payable to His Laboring Few Ministries, a registered 501(c)3 non-profit.