Luke Bryan has recently announced the dates of his highly anticipated annual Farm Tour. He plans to release an EP in advance of his 8th annual tour entitled “Farm Tour: Here’s to the Farmer.” Luke Bryan’s 2016 Farm tour which will get underway in early October in Gaston, South Carolina at Culler Farms. The Farm Tour will visit eight locations during the first part of October and will culminate in Effingham, Illinois at Mid America Motorworks.
Luke Bryan Farm Tour 2016 Dates:
Oct. 5 — Gaston, SC @ Culler Farms
Oct. 6 — Greenback, TN @ Maple Lane Farms
Oct. 7 — Elizabethtown, Ky. @ Highland Farms
Oct. 8 — Monroeville, IN @ Spangler Farms
Oct. 12 — Batesville, MS @ FT Farms
Oct.13 — Prairie Grove, AR @ Ogden Ranch
Oct. 14 — Centralia, MO @ Stowers Farm
Oct. 15 — Effingham, IL @ Mid America Motorworks
Currently, Bryan is touring North America in conjunction with his 2016 “Kill the Lights Tour.” His supporting acts are Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch. This tour will wrap up prior to the Farm Tour. Recently, this beloved performer performed at the CMT Awards and the CMA Fest.
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