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Bryan sets Farm Tour

Wednesday, August 26, 2015 – Luke Bryan will bring his seventh annual Farm Tour to eight cities this fall.

Joining Bryan on the tour will be Sam Hunt, the Peach Pickers (a trio consisting of songwriters Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson and Ben Hayslip), Chris Janson, Chancie Neal, a singer from Louisiana, and DJ Rock.

Tour dates are:
Sept. 30 Ft. Wayne, Indiana M&J Farms Peach Pickers, Chris Janson, Chancie Neal, DJ Rock
Oct. 1 Lexington, Kentucky Talon Farm & Winery Peach Pickers, Chris Janson, Chancie Neal, DJ Rock
Oct. 2 Knoxville, Tennessee Maple Lane Farms Peach Pickers, Chris Janson, Chancie Neal, DJ Rock
Oct. 3 Columbia, South Carolina Culler Farms Peach Pickers, Chris Janson, Chancie Neal, DJ Rock
Oct. 7 Starkville, Mississippi Holtcamp Farms Sam Hunt, Chris Janson, Chancie Neal, DJ Rock
Oct. 8 Tuscaloosa, Alabama Twin Creeks Farm Chris Janson, Chancie Neal, DJ Rock
Oct. 9 Macon, Georgia Midway at Central City Park Sam Hunt, Chris Janson, Chancie Neal, DJ Rock
Oct. 10 Valdosta, Georgia MJ Taylor Farms Sam Hunt, Chris Janson, Chancie Neal, DJ Rock

Tickets for the first two concerts in Ft. Wayne, Ind. and Lexington, Ky. are sold-out.


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