Country star Luke Bryan announced eight tour dates on Monday that will benefit agriculture students. The singer’s eighth annual Farm Tour, which is set to visit small, farming communities in October, will fund agriculture scholarships. At each stop, Bryan says a portion of ticket proceeds provide college scholarships to students from farming families or students studying agriculture within the community. Bryan, along with the tour’s sponsor Bayer, will also make a presentation to a local farmer onstage. The Farm Tour is in connection with his extended play, or EP album titled “Here’s to the Farmer,” due out in September.
The tour will make stops in Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Source: NAFB News Service