Luke Bryan kicks off his annual FarmTour Thursday (September 29th) in Clemson, South Carolina. The trek, in-between dates on his CMT Tour, is scheduled to run through Friday, October 6th in Carrollton, Georgia. Proceeds from the shows 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.
- On Monday (September 26th), Luke will be seen on Access Hollywood Live, followed by his first-ever appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday (September 28th).
- The Georgia native is scaling the country charts with his latest single, “I Don’t Want This Night to End,” from his new album, tailgates & tanlines.
- Luke is up for New Artist of the Year at this year’s CMA Awards, taking place live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena November 9th on ABC.
AUDIO: Luke Bryan talks about the production that goes into having his own headlining tour.
Luke Bryan (tour production) OC: …money’s worth. :38
“Talking about production, it’s nice to finally kind of plan up how you’re gonna have your show look and lots of lights around you, and being able to creat moments with lights, and have somebody on stage go and stand where the lights are doing this and that, and it’s nice to plan it all up. I mean, we’ve always, being an opener, you just go out there and the lights get turned on. But now, we can finally use all of our resources, all the people that are working so hard and make the lighting look even more special and make it look like a big show. And in the end, that kind of helps the overall aspect of fans really getting their money’s worth.”