Luke Bryan’s Minnesota Farm Tour Concert Has Been Canceled
Tens of thousands of country music fans from all across southeast Minnesota were looking forward to seeing Luke Bryan perform tonight. The 5-time "Entertainer of the Year" was scheduled to play at the Gar-Lin Dairy Farm located south of Eyota as part of his Farm Tour.
Organizers and fans have been anxiously monitoring the weather all week and despite being advertised as a "rain or shine" event the threat of severe weather has forced the people in charge to make the difficult decision to cancel the event.
What Is The Farm Tour?
Luke Bryan has sold more than 75 million albums and has been giving back to small farm communities for more than a decade. He started the "Farm Tour" to raise money for various charities and help students from farming families pay for college
CANCELED: Luke Bryan's Farm Tour in Eyota Minnesota
The Olmsted Co. Sheriff's Department posted the update to Facebook on Saturday morning. They said the show was being canceled because of the threat of severe weather.
See the official statement and find out what to do if you purchased tickets below.
Official statement from Luke Bryan's website:
“We are on site and have been working to make this show happen for tonight. Unfortunately with impending weather, we are having to make the tough decision to cancel the show. The safety of each of you is our first concern and we do not want to jeopardize that in any way. We love Farm Tour and all of you who support these shows and the American Farmer. Refunds will be available at original point of purchase.”