It was an unusually chilly and damp night in Minneapolis when Luke Bryan headed into Minnesota to play the new U.S. Bank Stadium. Here's what it looked like...

Luke's 'Kill The Lights' Tour was the first concert ever in the new home of the Vikings-- an occasion that wasn't lost on Luke, who mentioned it several times during the show. He also said once, "So THIS is what a billion dollars will get you..."

Opening for Luke was the up and coming Dustin Lynch, who wisely came out for an encore wearing a Minnesota Wild sweater instead of the Packers jersey he wore during the encore last year at TCF Bank Stadium.

Little Big Town was also on the bill, and didn't disappoint. They also came back out right after LTB's Karen Fairchild joined Luke on-stage for their hit duet, 'Home Alone Tonight.' In addition to doing a version of the Ed Sheeran song, 'Thinking Out Loud.' And, they also did a cool tribute to Minnesota's own musical icon, Prince, performing a harmony-filled, stripped-down version of 'When Doves Cry.'

Overall, it was a great night, and Minnesota's newest stadium was quite the site to behold, too. (Though the sound in our seats, in section 227 was a little muddy and sometimes filled with echo.) Here's how it looked from our seats...