Luke Bryan Awards 50 College Scholarships With Ticket Proceeds from Eight Year “Farm Tour” Run “Farm Tour” Resumed After Collar Bone Surgery
“Kill The Lights Tour” Will Close in October with Two Stadium Shows
Two-time reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan will wrap his “Bayer Presents Luke Bryan Farm Tour 2016” this Saturday and a portion of the proceeds from the eight year run will bring his total of awarded college scholarships to 50. The “Luke Bryan Farm Tour Scholarship” is granted to a local college student from a farming family within the communities the tour has played.
The tour resumed in Batesville, Mississippi last night, the first concert back since his collar bone surgery over the weekend to repair a break from a mountain bike accident. The ever-positive Luke upheld ‘the show must go on’ attitude not missing a beat and continued with the remaining three shows scheduled last week. Fans unable to attend a farm tour show were able to tune-in for a livestream on Luke’s Facebook page last Friday from Greenback, Tennessee. Sounds Like Nashville was along for that show too. Watch their story here- https://youtu.be/0qX02ox5SYg .
“Bayer Presents Luke Bryan Farm Tour 2016”
October 13 Prairie Grove, Arkansas Ogden Ranch
October 14 Centralia, Missouri C2� Stowers Farm
October 15 Effingham, Illinois Mid America Motorworks
Luke’s first-ever Farm Tour EP, Farm Tour…Here’s To The Farmer is available digitally now
Luke’s arena and stadium tour, “Kill The Lights Tour,” will come to a close this month with two remaining stadium shows, the AT&T Stadium in Dallas on October 22 and October 29 at Ford Field in Detroit.
The “Bayer Presents Luke Bryan Farm Tour 2016” is sponsored by Bayer, Chevy, Green Giant, Miller Lite, Cabela’s and Polaris.