This fall Luke Bryan will take a break from his arena and stadium “Sunset Repeat Tour” to set up in the harvest fields of six never-before played farms for the eleventh consecutive Farm Tour 2019. Luke’s guests will include Cole Swindell, Mitchell Tenpenny, the Peach Pickers and DJ Rock during the September 26th to October 5th run.
— Luke Bryan (@LukeBryanOnline) July 9, 2019
More than 100,000 fans have attended the tour each year since its inception in 2009. Luke will continue giving back to farmers by awarding college scholarships to students from farming families who are attending local colleges or universities near the tour stops. To date, more than 60 scholarships have been granted.
Bayer is proud to continue their #HeresToTheFarmer campaign. For every hashtag share, Bayer will donate a meal to a hungry American through Feeding America®. Over the past few years, close to 3 million meals have been donated and over $180,000 went to area food banks and local farmers in each of the tour cities. Visit Bayer.us/en/HeresToTheFarmer to learn more.
“Bayer Presents Luke Bryan Farm Tour 2019”
9/26 Marshall, WI Statz Bros. Farm
9/27 Richland, MI Stafford Farms
9/28 Pleasantville, OH Miller Family Farms
10/3 Louisburg, KS MC Farms*
10/4 Douglass, KS Flying B Ranch*
10/5 Norman, OK Adkins Farm*
*The Peach Pickers do not appear
Tickets for “Bayer Presents Luke Bryan Farm Tour 2019” are on sale now at www.lukebryan.com/FarmTour.
Luke has once again partnered with CID Entertainment to offer Harvest Time VIP Experiences throughout the 2019 FARM TOUR. VIP Experiences include a ticket, VIP viewing area access, private restrooms, and merchandise gifts. To view the FARM TOUR VIP Experience details, please visit https://www.cidentertainment.com/events/luke-bryan-farm-tour.
To listen to Luke’s Farm Tour playlist go http://strm.to/FarmTour2019
Luke is currently climbing the country charts with his latest hit, “Knockin’ Boots.”
Luke Bryan (Farm Tour) 1 OC: …for the fans. :59
“Farm Tour is just fun to me, and it’s something that anytime you can start something that starts small and grow it. We never want to make it this really ginormous thing that we can’t control, but we want to make sure it’s on our terms and we love doing it. And then we want to make sure that the communities that we partner up with from the sheriff’s office to the highway patrol guys to the colleges to the college kids, we want to make sure it’s a positive thing at the end of the day for the communities. Therefore, that’s why we do the scholarships and we hope that we leave these places better than we found ‘em, and we hope people continue to want us back. And we hope we feel like we’re a positive thing for the local economies for these small towns, which wouldn’t necessarily have 15, 20-thousand people converging on ‘em. I hope it’s a positive thing for ‘em and not a negative. I enjoy being out there [performing in] the field and playing for the fans.”