Luke Bryan's concerts in Ohio over last weekend could definitely be called successful. The singer sold our four shows in the state and set records in two cities.

On his That's My Kind of Night Tour, Bryan stopped at Cleveland's Blossom Music Center on Aug. 21 and Aug. 22. His two sold-out shows made him the first county act to ever sell out the 45-year-old venue and the first act from any genre to do so since New Kids on the Block performed there in 1993.

In Cincinnati, on Aug. 23 and Aug. 24, Bryan sold out two more shows at the Riverbend Music Center. He was the first country act to ever play two nights at the center, which opened in 1984, with both performances selling out within 20 minutes.

The That's My Kind of Night Tour continues Bryan's final summer stadium show in Chicago on Aug. 31, where he will be joined by Dierks Bentley. Tour dates continue through October, with a break for his sixth annual Farm Tour from Oct. 1 to Oct. 11.

Bryan has also announced the Crash My Playa four-day concert in the Caribbean Jan. 23-27 with Florida Georgia Line and Cole Swindell.