American Idol judge and country superstar had a little surprise for Michigan this week. The singer announced on his website that he would be adding a stop in the Mitten state to his legendary summer Farm Tour.

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Bryan was just in Michigan last weekend to perform at the 10th Annual Faster Horses Festival in Brooklyn. The singer has brought his Farm Tour to the state in the past but didn't have a stop on the schedule for 2023. It was the past two years that the concert took place at the Fowlerville Kubiak family farm in Livingston County.

If you aren't familiar with the Farm Tour, the Georgia native will set up stages in the fields of local farmers across the country. The tour raises money for children in farming communities to earn scholarships and attend college so that they can be able to better provide for their family businesses. This year's tour will make 6 stops kicking off on September 14th and wrapping up on September 23rd.

When Will Luke Bryan's Farm Tour Play Michigan?

This week Bryan shared the news that a new date had been added to the tour. The latest stop will be September 16th in Allegan, Michigan. The concert will be held at the John Schaendorf Dairy Farm just northwest of Hopkins, Michigan.

The Michigan show will feature opening acts Kameron Marlow, Chayce Beckham, and Peach Pickers. Parking for the show at John Schaendorf Dairy Farm will open at 2 p.m. with gates opening at 5 p.m. and performances starting at 6 p.m.

Tickets are $65 in advance and $80 at the door for the show and pre-sale is now underway here. 

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