Luke Bryan isn't slowing down anytime soon! Despite a tour that kicks off later this year, he just announced another handful of tour dates for his annual farm tour! The tour takes him to small towns across the country that he wouldn't usually go to given his superstar stadium status.

He shared the new dates Wednesday morning (April 26th), writing that these annual tour dates are his 'favorite' of the year, which is saying something considering how many cities he goes to every year.

He will be in both Minnesota and Wisconsin for the 2023 Farm Tour. He will be in Brooklyn, Wisconsin on Friday, September 22nd. That show will be at Klondike Farms. The following night, he will be in Eyota, Minnesota, which is about four hours from the Twin Ports at Gar-Lin Dairy LLC.

If you are a member of Luke's fan club, you get presale tickets beginning on Monday, May 1st. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday, May 4th at 10 a.m. He will also be headed to farms in Kentucky, Iowa and Ohio. A portion of proceeds will benefit people in need.

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This is the latest thing Luke has added to his already busy schedule! He is on American Idol and just extended his Las Vegas residency, with new dates added for August and September. He will also go on a separate tour later this year, which will be headed to Minnesota in October.

Luke will take the stage at the Xcel Energy Center on Saturday, October 14th. Openers include Chayce Beckham, Conner Smith, Hailey Whitters and DJ Rock. The show will be part of the Country On Tour, which was announced back in January. Hopefully, he gets a nap in before all of these tour dates!

Speaking of tours, we keep track of all the major tours and shows coming to Duluth, Superior and Minnesota in general with our online concert calendar. Upcoming shows include Jon Pardi at Bayfront Festival Park and the annual Grand Country Nights festival in August.

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