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Bryan's Farm Tour is back

Monday, June 7, 2021 – Luke Bryan will be hitting the farms again in September as his Farm Tour is back.

After a forced hiatus in 2020, he will detour from his headlining tour for his 12th Farm Tour, which is set to play on six farms in the midwest from Sept. 9 -18. Five of these farms have never-been-played before. Bryan and team will set up stages in the fields of local farmers across those states.

Tickets go on sale June 11 at 10 a.m. local time. Presale tickets for Bryan's fan club (the Nut House) and fan app are available beginning June 8.

"I think I am more excited about this year's Farm Tour than any other year," Bryan said. "Growing up in a farming family in rural Georgia, I know how hard farming can be even on a good year, and how hard those families work- from sun-up to sundown. After the challenges we have all faced in the last year with so many people losing their jobs, struggling to put food on their tables, food supply chains jeopardized, grocery stores struggling to keep food on the shelves in some areas, it is so apparent to me, and I hope everyone, why our farmers are truly the backbone of our country. They never stopped providing for all of us. Ever. It's time to thank our farmers, once again. It's going to mean even more to me this year."

Tour dates are:
Sept. 9 Marshall, WI Statz Bros. Farm
Sept.10 Cedar Rapids, IA Brown Farms
Sept.11 Chillicothe, IL Three Sisters Park
Sept.16 Kingman, IN Martin Farms
Sept.17 Baltimore, OH Miller Family Farms
Sept.18 Fowlerville, MI Kubiak Family Farms

The Farm Tour started in 2009 as a way to give back to the farmers by awarding college scholarships to students from farming families who are attending the local college or university near the tour stops. More than 60 scholarships have been granted.

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