Country music star Luke Bryan is performing in Cleveland tonight, but for some fans, the fun started yesterday.
Around 11:30 a.m., Bryan tweeted that he hid five pairs of pit tickets around the city. Fans who downloaded the official Luke Bryan app would get clues on the location of the tickets.
Pair number one was hidden in Lakewood at Lakewood Park, carefully tucked in a sewage pipe.
Clevelander Heidi Malleske found the first two tickets, posting that she raced another fan in the park to get to the pair of tickets.
Clue number two led fans to the Rocker River Reservation of the Cleveland Metroparks, where tickets were hidden on the entry sign of the park. Another female fan found the tickets.
The third pair of tickets, found by another female fan, were hidden near Public Square in the grass just off of the concrete of the Square.
The clue for pair number four came two hours after the first set was found, directing fans to the Frank J. Lausche Office Building. The tickets were hidden by the famous red sculpture at the entryway of the building and were found by two male fans.
The final pair was found near Tower City, hidden near a revolving door. Two more female fans found the tickets, but not before a final surprise from Bryan.
After all pit tickets were found, Bryan directed fans to the Facebook page of the Avon Cabela's store. Two more tickets were found in the store - with Bryan giving away 12 tickets total.