Luke Combs Wears A Kilt During Scotland Tour Stop

Photo of Luke Combs' tour dates wearing a kilt.

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Luke Combs Wears A Kilt During Scotland Tour Stop

Luke Combs connected with his Scottish fans at Scotland’s Hydro Arena during his headlining performance on October 16, 2023. The country music superstar, known for his down-to-earth attitude and chart-topping songs, took to the stage to sing an 18-song set with an unexpected surprise at the end of the show.

After thanking the roaring crowd for their love and support, Combs returned for one more song decked out in a traditional custom-made Scottish kilt. Alongside the kilt, he rocked a sporran bag, his signature black Columbia PFG shirt, a Blue Otter Polarized hat, and black cowboy boots. It was a moment that had his Scottish fans absolutely lit up with excitement and cheers.

Combs said to his fans, “Scotland y’all have time for one more song tonight? Well listen, we have three and a half minutes together. I don’t know when I’m going to be back, but I’m gonna be back I promise you that… I want everything you got for the next three and a half minutes. My name is Luke Combs until next time, I love you baby, come on!”


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Wearing the kilt, Combs sang “Beer Never Broke My Heart” for the last three minutes of his show, igniting a massive sing-along that had what sounded like every fan in the crowd singing.

Wear Did Luke Combs Get His Custom-Made Kilt?

According to reports from the Glasgow Times, Luke Combs visited MacGregor and MacDuff’s flagship Bath Street store to have the kilt custom-fitted. The decision to wear a kilt wasn’t just on a whim. He said it was a tribute to his Scottish heritage and his mother’s maiden name, the Fraser tartan.

Monique McPhie, the Head of Marketing at MacGregor and MacDuff, told the Glasgow Times, “We were delighted to help Luke connect with his Scottish heritage during his visit to Glasgow. It has been a joy to work with him over the past few weeks for his specially made kilt and have him visit us in-store for an authentic kilt shop experience. We are incredibly appreciative that he chose to represent in one of our kilts during the Scottish stop on his world tour.”


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Combs Has Been All Over The Place This Year (2023)

Combs’ Scotland appearance is just one highlight of his extensive 2023 World Tour, which started on March 25 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. As the reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year, he’s set to conclude the tour with back-to-back nights at London’s O2 Arena on October 19 and 20, having traveled to three continents and performed in 16 countries.

The tour is in support of his latest album, Gettin’ Old, released on March 24, 2023. With 18 tracks that include hits like “Growin’ Up And Gettin’ Old,” “See Me Now,” and his cover of Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car,” it’s been another year of accomplishments for Combs, both personally and professionally. He and his wife, Nicole, also welcomed their second son, Beau Lee Combs, on August 15, 2023.

Looking ahead, Luke Combs is gearing up for his 2024 Growin’ Up and Gettin’ Old Tour, set to kick off on April 12, 2024, in Milwaukee, WI. Fans can check his official website for a full list of upcoming tour dates.

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As of now, Combs has four nominations at the 57th Annual CMA Awards, including the prestigious Entertainer of the Year, Single of the Year for “Fast Car,” Album of the Year for Gettin’ Old, and Male Vocalist of the Year. Fans can tune in to the live broadcast on November 8 at 8/7c on ABC to see the event co-hosted by Luke Bryan and NFL Hall of Famer Peyton Manning.

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Watch Combs sing “Beer Never Broke My Heart” wearing a kilt below!