Luke Bryan’s Eyota Concert Is SOLD OUT, But You Can Still Get Tickets
Luke Bryan is going to perform a very special concert at an Eyota, Minnesota during his "Farm Tour" in September. Byran, known for his music and for being a judge on American Idol, has sold more than 75-million albums. He announced the Eyota concert on April 29th.
The concert, which might end up being the biggest concert ever held in southeast Minnesota, sold out shortly after tickets went on sale last week, but there is still a way to get into the show. Learn how you can get tickets to this sold-out show and more about the "Farm Tour" below.
Luke Bryan To Perform in Eyota, Minnesota
Bryan has won numerous awards from the Academy of Country Music, CMT, and Billboard, and has been named "Entertainer of the Year" on five different occasions.
What is Luke Bryan's Farm Tour?
More than 10 years ago Luke started his "Farm Tour" with the goal of giving back to small farm communities. Many of these concerts take place on freshly harvested fields and each show is designed to give back. Proceeds from Bryan's Farm Tour shows go to charity and are used to help students from farming families pay for college.
“I look forward to these shows every year mainly because of the meaning behind them and why it was important to me to start the Farm Tour thirteen years ago. It has allowed communities who don’t normally get a concert in their areas to experience a fun night in their backyard all while lifting up the American farmer. Small town and farming pretty much sum up my childhood. It is my way of life and I know it is a way of life for so many. It is truly the highlight of my year for me and my whole team. -Luke Bryan”
Luke Bryan's Eyota Concert is Sold Out - Here's How To Get In
Quick Country 96.5 is excited to welcome Luke Bryan to Southeast Minnesota for his very special Farm Tour performance on the Gar-Lin Dairy Farm on September 24th and of course, we have a pile of tickets to giveaway! Enter to win your free tickets right now with our Country Cuties contest and keep listening all summer for more chances to score free tickets to the sold-out show.