Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour: Will Rain Impact the Minnesota Show?
UPDATE 9/23/23 12:00 PM: Luke Bryan's Farm Tour stop in Eyota has been CANCELED.
You can still snag a ticket to see Luke Bryan and friends this Saturday night in southeast Minnesota. For a second straight year, the country music star is returning with his Farm Tour to the Gar-Lin Dairy Farm located south of Eyota.
Last year's event drew more than 20,000 fans and went off without any major problems. Traffic will be an issue again this year and rain is also expected. Find out how both of those will impact the concert below.
What Is The Farm Tour?
Luke Bryan is one of country music's biggest acts. He has sold more than 75 million albums, won numerous awards from the Academy of Country Music, CMT, and Billboard, and has been named "Entertainer of the Year" on five different occasions.
Bryan's "Farm Tour" was started more than a decade ago with the goal of giving back to small farm communities. Proceeds from these shows go to charity and are used to help students from farming families pay for college
Expect Traffic Delays!
The Olmsted County Sheriff's Office released important information for fans going to and leaving the show on Saturday.
Officials say parking for the event will open at 2:00 PM and encourage everyone to arrive early to avoid getting stuck in traffic. If you're planning on tailgating you should know that grills and open fires are not allowed.
Will The Luke Bryan Concert in Eyota Be Canceled If It Rains?
A lot of Luke's fans have been following the forecast and know that rain is predicted for Saturday evening.
This is a rain-or-shine event. Organizers say rain will not impact the show.
If you're not prepared it could ruin your experience though so keep an eye on the forecast and dress appropriately. There's actually a pretty good chance of rain starting around 7:00 PM and continuing through the night.