Luke Bryan Cancels 2020 Farm Tour Due To COVID-19 Pandemic

Luke Bryan Cancels 2020 Farm Tour Due To COVID-19 Pandemic

July 29, 2020

Luke Bryan has announced through social media that he has canceled his 2020 Farm Tour due to COVID-19 pandemic and indicated that it will happen next year.

“To all my farm tour fans out there, I’m sad to announce the 2020 Farm Tour shows will not happen due to COVID-19. We’ve been going strong for the past 11 consecutive years so this one really hurts,” Bryan wrote on Instagram.

“We have looked at all kinds of ways to continue with the shows this year but couldn’t come up with a solution to give y’all the full Farm Tour experience while keeping everyone safe,” he added. “Until next year! Love y’all.”

The 2020 Annual farm tour would haven been the 12th in a row. Through these shows, Bryan raises funds to provide scholarships to kids from farming families for their college education.

He embarked on his first Farm tour in 2010, beginning with a concert in Claxton, Georgia, taking shows to small towns that had never witnessed live concerts.

Bryan’s farm tour last year featured Cole Swindell, Mitchell Tenpenny, The Peach Pickers, and DJ Rock as supporting acts.

Bryan is set to release a new studio album, Born Here, Live Here, Die Here on August 7.

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