Luke Bryan Forced to Cancel 2020 Farm Tour

Bryan's tour has taken place every year since 2010

Luke Bryan’s annual Farm Tour is being put on hold this year.

The “Knockin’ Boots” singer’s tour became the latest to be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We’ve been going strong for the past 11 consecutive years so this one really hurts,” Bryan wrote on social media.

“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.”

Despite being forced to cancel, Bryan did seem to indicate the event will return in 20201: “Until next year!”

Luke Bryan began his Farm Tour in 2010 where the country star plays a string of concerts on farms across America. The shows help benefit local farming communities and proceeds from the concerts go to charities and the creation of scholarships for students from farming families to attend local community college.

Last year’s Farm Tour saw Bryan bring along Cole Swindell, Mitchell Tenpenny, The Peach Pickers, and DJ Rock as supporting acts.

Bryan’s Proud To Be Right Here Tour that was set to take place prior to his Farm Tour has been rescheduled to summer 2021.

Whenever Bryan does return to the stage, it’ll likely mark the first time he performs his brand new emotional song “Build Me A Daddy.”

He released the song back in June and it’s scheduled to appear on his upcoming album Born Here Live Here Die Here. The album is slated for an August 7 release.

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