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Sep 26

Luke Bryan Prepares to Launch Annual “Farm Tour” October 2

Luke Bryan Prepares to Launch Annual "Farm Tour" October 2

Luke Bryan photo by Joseph Llanes, courtesy of Schmidt Relations.

Luke Bryan will launch his fifth “Farm Tour 2013” next week with eight shows in Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama and Florida from October 2 – October 12. Special guests for the tour include Chancie Neal, Cole Swindell and the Peach Pickers – Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson and Ben Hayslip.

The idea for the “Farm Tour” came from Luke, a Georgia native, as a way to give back to local farming communities. In 2012, the “Farm Tour” played for 100,000 fans, doubling the previous year’s attendance record. Eight scholarships have been awarded to students from a farming family in the communities the tour visited last year. The “Luke Bryan Farm Tour Scholarship” will continue this year.

For more information, including how to get tickets locally, visit

The “Farm Tour” 2013 concerts will be held in the following cities and locations:

October 2    Statesboro, Georgia                Perry’s Field
October 3    Athens, Georgia                      Wild Winds Farms
October 4    Columbia, South Carolina       Culler Farms–SOLD OUT
October 5    Macon, Georgia               Midway at Central City Park–SOLD OUT
October 9    Villa Rica, Georgia                   V-Plex
October 10   Auburn, Alabama                    Ingram Farms
October 11   Tallahassee, Florida               Tallahassee Automobile Museum
October 12   Valdosta, Georgia                   Valdosta Wake Compound
(dates & cities subject to change)



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Posted at 3:57 pm, September 26, 2013 | Permalink

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