On Saturday, Luke Bryan played the first of three stadium stop on his current tour at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh and things got pretty trashy.

Luke asked the audience both on Twitter and during his show to please clean up after themselves, but nobody seemed to listen and clean-up crews were left with tons of trash to take care of.

"The continued trashing of our city has to stop," Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto said. "There is no reason ... (for taxpayers) to bear the burden for outsized amounts of garbage removal and public safety response."

Despite how awful it looked, it still didn't top the massive amounts of garbage left last year during Kenny Chesney's concert. At that time, there was an astounding 45,000 pounds of trash.

On a happier note, the show made history by setting an all-time record for tickets sold at Heinz Field. Luke and his openers Dierks Bentley, Cole Swindell, and Lee Brice entertained more than 50,000 fans.