Bryan's Farm Tour set for September
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Bryan's Farm Tour set for September

Wednesday, April 26, 2023 – Luke Bryan will headline his 14th Farm Tour this September during a break from his "Country On Tour" launching June 15.

The Georgia native will set up stages in five fields of local farms in the midwest and Kentucky from Sept. 14-23. Special guests will be announced at a later time.

Tickets are on sale May 4 at 10 a.m. local time at Presale tickets for Luke's Fan Club (the Nut House) and fan App start May 1 at

Tour dates are:
Sept. 14 Shelbyville, KY Mulberry Orchard
Sept.15 Millersport, OH Miller Family Farm
Sept. 21 Colfax, IA Schnell Family Farms
Sept.22 Brooklyn, WI Klondike Farms
Sept. 23 Eyota, MN Gar-Lin Dairy LLC

"One of the reasons we created these Farm Tour shows - to bring the big-city tour to the people," said Bryan. "These nights are one-of-a-kind, and we really enjoy getting to know the farmers and their families, love the whole atmosphere of playing on these incredible farms and watching entire communities come together and get excited about these shows."

Continuing a partnership that began in 2015, Bayer, one of the world's leading life sciences companies, is once again joining the tour as presenting sponsor and teaming up with Bryan to help honor America's farmers for providing us with access to health and nutrition through its #HerestotheFarmer campaign. Bayer will donate 1 million meals to people in need through Feeding America. Since the partnership's inception, 6 million meals have been donated and more than $180,000 has gone to Feeding America member food banks and local farmers at each of the tour cities.

Since 2009 when the Farm Tour began, Bryan has granted 78 college scholarships to students from farming families to their local college or university near the tour stops.

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