Congratulations are in order for Luke Bryan, who sold out his fourth stadium date of the season over the weekend while performing at Chicago's Wrigley Field.

Bryan is currently headlining his Kill the Lights Tour with special guests Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch, and he performed on Saturday (Aug. 27) at the legendary baseball stadium. A 30-second video clip shows the concert from Bryan's perspective on stage as he performs his No. 1 single "Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day."

The singer also shared his excitement in several tweets over the weekend.

Bryan has been debuting some new music while out on the road this summer. Earlier this month he treated fans to a new song called “Southern Gentleman.”

The moment was captured on video, as Bryan sings of being a constant Southern gentleman.

“You looked at me like I was crazy / When I said ma’am to that little old lady / You ain’t heard talk like that lately / But I could see it’s got you smiling / You say you still remember our first date me cooking you dinner / And how I didn’t even try to kiss you at the end of the date,” Bryan sings during the first verse.

While no official track listing for his forthcoming Farm Tour EP: Here’s to the Farmer has been released, a fan reports that Bryan said it’s one of two songs he wrote for the EP.

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