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Bryan kicks off headlining tour

Tuesday, September 20, 2011 – Luke Bryan kicked-off his first major headlining tour over the weekend, "CMT ON TOUR: Luke Bryan Tailgates & Tanlines," by selling out his Terminal 5 show in New York City and breaking an attendance record in Utica, N.Y.

The good news continued because over the weekend, tickets for Bryan's "Farm Tour" concert in Athens, Ga. slated for next Friday, Sept., 30 at Tucker Plantation sold-out.

The "Farm Tour" concerts will take place during a two-week break in the CMT shows - Sept. 29 in Clemson, S.C. and will wrap in Carrollton, Ga. on Oct. 7.

The CMT Tour with special guests Lee Brice, Josh Thompson and CMT's Next Superstar winner Matt Mason, will continue this weekend with shows in Cedar Falls, Ia., Kearney, Neb. and Brookings, S.D.

Tour dates are:

Sept. 22 Cedar Falls, IA McLeod Center

Sept. 23 Kearney, NE Viaro Event Center

Sept. 24 Brookings, SD Swiftel Center *

Sept. 29 Clemson, SC Clemson University *

Sept. 30 Athens, GA Tucker Plantation *

Oct. 1 Macon, GA Luther Williams Field *

Oct. 5 Statesboro, GA Longneedle Farm *

Oct. 6 Valdosta, GA Coffee Weed Plantation *

Oct. 7 Carrollton, GA VFW Fairgrounds

Oct. 13 Johnson City, TN Freedom Hall

Oct. 14 Greensboro, NC Greensboro Coliseum Complex

Oct. 15 Columbia, SC Tin Roof

Oct. 20 Bowling Green, KY E.A. Diddle Arena

Oct. 21 West Lafayette, IN Elliott Hall of Music (Purdue)

Oct. 22 Troy, OH Hobart Arena

Oct. 27 Corbin, KY The Arena

Oct. 28 Salem, VA Salem Civic Center

Oct. 30 Orange Beach, AL The Amphitheater at the Wharf

Nov. 3 Moline, IL I wireless Center

Nov. 4 Maplewood, MN Myth

Nov. 5 Bermidji, MN Sanford Center

Nov. 10 Green Bay, WI Brown County Veterans Memorial

Nov. 11 Muncie, IN Emen Auditorium (Ball State)

Nov. 17 Southaven, MS Desoto Civic Center

Nov. 18 Auburn, AL Auburn Arena

Nov. 19 Monroe, LA Monroe Civic Center

* Farm Tour Shows


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