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Jul 30

Luke Bryan Announces Farm Tour 2014

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

Luke Bryan has announced his sixth annual Farm Tour. This year’s tour will kick off in Knoxville, Tenn., on October 1 and wrap October 11 in Macon, Ga. As in previous years, a portion of proceeds will go to local college scholarships for students from a farming family within the communities the tour plays.

Last year, Bryan’s Farm Tour played for more than 115,000 fans in eight Farm Tour towns, breaking the previous year’s record. Special VIP experiences will be available for Farm Tour 2014.  The “Harvest Time VIP Experience” includes a general admission ticket which includes a VIP viewing area, a parking pass, access to VIP-only restrooms, limited edition Farm Tour poster, private cash bar and more.

For more tour dates, ticket sale dates and VIP experience information, visit Bryan is also headlining his That’s My Kind of Night Tour which runs throughout the fall. His latest single, “Roller Coaster,” is at radio now.

Farm Tour 2014

October 1         Knoxville, Tennessee              Maple Lane Farms
October 2         Auburn, Alabama                    Ingram Farms
October 3         Tallahassee, Florida                Cross Creek Place
October 4         Gainesville, Florida                 Whitehurst Cattle Farm
October 8         Statesboro, Georgia                Perry Field
October 9         Athens, Georgia                       Meldon Farm
October 10       Columbia, South Carolina       Culler Farms
October 11        Macon, Georgia                       Midway at Central City Park

(Dates and cities subject to change.)


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Posted at 12:36 pm, July 30, 2014 | Permalink

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