Luke Bryan recently wrapped his run with Tim McGraw’s Emotional Traffic trek, and the performer is set to hit the road on his upcoming CMT headlining trek this fall. In the midst of all this, Luke will also launch his third annual Farm Tour, which is scheduled to kick off September 29th in Clemson, South Carolina and wrapping October 7th in Carrolton, Georgia. “I think what’s cool about the farm tour is these events are a big event for these towns,” Luke says. “I just love the fact that people can come out and have a big time, listen to some music, and it’s just a fun experience all the way around.”
The idea for the Farm Tour concerts came from Bryan as a way to give back to local farming communities by celebrating and lifting up the American Farmer and offering a fun escape with the outdoor shows. Proceeds from the concerts will be made available as a scholarship for a student from a farming family attending a local college in each community where the shows are taking place.
Luke has partnered with NRA Country for his Farm Tour. The organization will be on-site at each stop on the six-city trek, and will be offering VIP meet-and-greet charity packages for Luke’s CMT Tour.
Farm Tour tickets are available at www.lukebryan.com/farmtour and through the local areas retail outlets soon.
Luke is currently hitting the airwaves with his latest single, “I Don’t Want This Night to End,” from his new album, tailgates & tanlines.
- CMT ON TOUR: Luke Bryan Tailgates & Tanlines, with special guests Lee Brice, Josh Thompson and Matt Mason, launches September 15th in Huntington, W.V. Luke will play 22 shows before wrapping November 19th in Monroe, La.
Farm Tour Dates:
9/29 — Clemson, SC, Clemson University
9/30 — Athens, GA, Tucker Plantation
10/1 — Macon, GA, Luther Williams Field
10/6 — Valdosta, GA, Coffee Weed Plantation
10/7 — Carrollton, GA, VFW Fairgrounds
AUDIO: Luke Bryan (farm tour) OC: …it rocking. :20
“We just want to have a little fun in the fall, and I think what’s cool about the farm tour is these events are a big event for these towns. I just love the fact that people can come out and have a big time, listen to some music, and it’s just a fun experience all the way around, and [I] want to continue to do what I can to keep it rocking.”