Rising country star Luke Bryan has revealed dates for the 2018 edition of his annual Farm Tour of North America, which is set to visit a handful of agricultural communities.
Now in its 10th year, the Farm Tour currently has six dates scheduled in the first weeks of fall, with one weekend visiting spots across the Midwest and a second weekend heading back down South to conclude in Bryan’s home state of Georgia. American Idol judge Bryan started the Farm Tour in 2009, aiming to bring awareness to farming communities in the US as well as provide scholarships for families who live in those communities.
The newly-announced Farm Tour are scheduled to take place between dates for his upcoming What Makes You Country Tour, which officially gets underway on 31 May in Toronto, Ontario. That trek, which mixes festival appearances, amphitheaters and stadiums, is scheduled to run through to 26 October at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. Jon Pardi, who accompanied Bryan on the 2017 Farm Tour, is along for the ride, as are Morgan Wallen and Carly Pearce. For the larger stadium dates, Sam Hunt will round out the line-up. For further details, check out the artist’s website.
On Monday, the young country star wrapped up his first season as an American Idol judge alongside Katy Perry and Lionel Richie, following the coronation of Clarksville, Iowa, native Maddie Poppe. Bryan introduced his new single ‘Sunrise, Sunburn, Sunset’ on the season finale, which will be the follow-up to his No. 1 hit ‘Most People Are Good.’
Luke Bryan plays the following Farm Tour 2018 Dates:
September 27: Irwin, OH @ Springfork Farms
September 28: Pesotum, IL @ Atkins Farm
September 29: Boone, IA @ Ziel Farm
October 4: Archer, FL @ Whitehurst Cattle Company
October 5: North Augusta, SC @ Misty Morning Farms
October 6: Ringgold, GA @ Doug Yates Farms.
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