Luke Combs Drops 2023 Australian Tour Set List

August 11, 2023 11:35 pm in by

Upon his first show in Australia on his sold-out World Tour dates down under, Luke Combs posted a link to a Spotify playlist with an Official Setlist.

“Australia and New Zealand, my Official Tour Setlist is now live on Spotify,” the 5 Leaf Clover singer wrote on Facebook last night (11 August). “Y’all check it out”.

The Spotify playlist is 26 songs long and features all of Combs’ hits, from his cover of Tracy Chapman’s Fast Car to Hurricane (from his 2017 debut album This One’s For You) to Beer Never Broke My Heart (What You See Ain’t Always What You Get), to, of course, the Gettin’ Old hit, The Kind Of Love We Make.

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Looking at the Spotify playlist and at, however, there’s a substantial difference of seven songs missing from his first night in Brisbane yesterday.

Perhaps, with two sold-out shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, followed by a concert each in Adelaide and Perth, Combs is looking to slightly adjust the setlist each night. If not, we can have the Spotify and official night-by-night setlists.

You can find Luke Combs’ setlist at Brisbane Entertainment Centre from 11 August and listen to the Spotify playlist below.

Luke Combs – Brisbane Entertainment Centre (11 August 2023)

1.      Lovin' on You

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2.      Hannah Ford Road

3.      Cold As You

4.      One Number Away

5.      Love You Anyway

6.      Going, Going, Gone

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7.      Must've Never Met You

8.      Beautiful Crazy

9.      Forever After All

10.   Does to Me

11.   Where The Wild Things Are

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12.   Fast Car (Tracy Chapman cover)

13.   She Got the Best of Me

14.   Hurricane

15.   1, 2 Many

16.   When It Rains It Pours

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17.   Beer Never Broke My Heart

18.   Better Together

19.   The Kind of Love We Make

Combs’ first Brisbane show also arrived with a gender reveal, in which the singer was handed a balloon to announce a gender reveal for the first time. “You’d be happy with either, right?” Combs asked before popping the balloon with his teeth. Was it a girl or a boy? You can find out here.

Meanwhile, on the ARIA Albums Chart, Combs’ Australian visit has propelled his records up the charts.

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After 196 weeks on the ARIA Chart, the double Platinum What You See Ain’t Always What You Get currently sits at #21 on the albums chart, jumping up five spots from last week. Gettin’ Old has also moved one place to #17, and the double Platinum This One’s For You is at #14 (last week #16) after 270 weeks on the chart.

You can find everything you need to know about Luke Combs’ Australian tour here.

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