Luke Bryan and thousands of his fans and friends partied like rock stars on Lower Broadway in Nashville on Monday night (Sept. 10) to celebrate the grand opening of his new bar, Luke's 32 Bridge Food + Drink. The free outdoor concert-slash-block party featured a lineup of performers that ended with a 90-minute set from Bryan, which included guest appearances from Ryan Hurd and Cole Swindell.

Readers can press play above to watch Bryan and Hurd perform Bryan's latest No. 1 single, "Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset." Hurd co-wrote the track with Zach Crowell and Chase McGill; it's from Bryan's 2017 album What Makes You Country.

Swindell, meanwhile, paired up with Bryan for his own hit “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey” and a cover of Tim McGraw’s “Where The Green Grass Grows.” The show also featured opening acts DJ Rock, Chelsea Field and Jon Langston, the latter of whom is the first artist that Bryan signed to his new label, 32 Bridge Entertainment.

Earlier on Monday, Bryan and his wife Caroline cut a camouflage ribbon to officially open the new venue, named in honor of the bridge that runs over the Flint River near where Bryan grew up. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was followed by a press conference, during which Bryan performed an acoustic rendition of "Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset," his 21st No. 1 hit.

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