Luke Bryan’s Amusement Park Adventure Results in Broken Finger

Luke Bryan and his family recently took a trip to Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio, and according to Bryan’s wife, Caroline, the fun day ended with a few injuries.

Caroline took to Instagram to share a family photo in front of one of the park’s roller coasters, Steel Vengeance. The photo shows Bryan and Caroline with their sons, Bo and Tate, and nephew, Til. Although the family are all smiles in the photo, Caroline revealed that she sprained her ankle during the trip and Bryan broke his finger.

“Another adventure in the books!” she writes. “Luke broke a finger and I twisted my ankle…pretty much a normal day for us!”

In another photo, Bryan holds Caroline in his arms as they both smile for the camera with Lake Erie behind them. The snap also showed Caroline’s face paint, which reads “Best Bad Influence”, the name of her clothing brand.

Caroline didn’t explain what caused their respective injuries, or share details about the severity of Bryan’s broken finger. The star has yet to comment on the incident, but it is unlikely to affect his touring schedule. It is to occur in Milwaukee, Wisc. on Friday, August 5 and Detroit Lakes, Minnesota on Saturday, August 6.

The country star has a busy fall ahead of him as he takes his Raised Up Right Tour through October (find tickets here!). He will also take part in his six-date farm tour from September 15-24. His residency in Las Vegas will also resume at the end of August, as well as in November and December.

In addition to his busy touring schedule, Bryan was named co-host of the 56th Annual CMA Awards alongside Peyton Manning. The show airs Nov. 9 on ABC.

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Luke Bryan opened his Las Vegas residency at Resorts World Theater with a killer performance on February 11, 2022, and footage shows a high-tech set that served as the backdrop for a stunning performance.

The superstar varied the setlist with selections from all eras of his career, supported by sets and visuals that included explosive pyrotechnics, multi-level elevators and a catwalk that brought him face to face with fans. higher levels.

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Harold B. McConnell