Luke Combs celebrated Labor Day weekend by doling out refunds left and proper to concertgoers.
On Friday, the nation artist shared a heartwarming moment onstage with a few younger followers who stacked firewood as a way to afford tickets to his present on the Financial savings Amphitheater in Bangor, Maine. Combs spoke to the kids within the crowd after recognizing their signal, which mentioned they piled 5 cords of lumber to pay for the live performance and that certainly one of them had simply turned 12.
After asking the children how a lot they paid for his or her tickets, which value $100 apiece, Combs reached into his pocket and pulled out $140.
“Pay yourselves back this much, and I’ll get you some more,” Combs mentioned whereas handing them the money. “I’ll finish paying you back.”
The “When It Rains It Pours” hitmaker additionally promised to get the children “a bunch of shirts and stuff” along with personally greeting them after the present. Earlier than transferring on to his subsequent tune, he gave every of them a fist-bump and an autograph.
Combs’ generosity continued into his second Bangor present Saturday evening. Video footage from that live performance reveals the Grammy-nominated musician apologizing to attendees and vowing to refund their cash as a result of he was experiencing vocal points.
“A few hours ago, I realized that I was not gonna be able to sing as good as I normally do,” Combs defined to the viewers, including that his voice was not the caliber it “should be for you guys having to pay for it.”
“We’re gonna put on the best free show we can put on,” the “Beautiful Crazy” singer continued.
“I want you guys to know how upset I am to have to tell you that tonight. But all I want you to know is that we’re gonna do the very damn best we can. I’m gonna give you everything I have. I’m so sorry.”
That very same night, pop musician the Weeknd abruptly ended his live performance at Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium and vowed to refund attendees after dropping his voice simply three songs into his set.
“I’m going to make sure everyone is good, you’ll get your money back,” he advised the gang. “I’ll do a show real soon for you guys.”