Luke Bryan to play September concert on a farm outside of Rochester 

Fans who missed out on tickets for Luke Bryan’s Oct. 14 concert at St. Paul’s Xcel Energy Center have another chance to catch the country star at a bargain price — on a farm.

Bryan will play an outdoor show Sept. 23 at Gar-Lin Dairy in Eyota, a town about 15 miles east of Rochester. 

Tickets are $65 in advance via and $80 at the gate. A VIP package option is available for $209. Parking is $5 in advance and $20 day of show.

The concert is part of Bryan’s annual Farm Tour, which sees him play about a half dozen rural concerts each fall. 

Bryan, the son of a peanut farmer, began the series in 2010 as a way to give back to farming communities. Proceeds go to charities and creating scholarships for students from farming families.

Ticketmaster currently has tickets priced from $194.50 to $164.50 for Bryan’s St. Paul show, with resale seats starting at $137.

Bryan has been named Entertainer of the Year five times combined from the Academy of Country Music Awards and the Country Music Association. 

In 2018, he joined Katy Perry and Lionel Richie as a judge on the rebooted “American Idol.”

Locally, Bryan claims a large audience. In 2015, he played the former TCF Bank Stadium and was the first musical act to headline U.S. Bank Stadium the following year. 

Bryan became the first artist to headline all three stadiums in the metro in 2018 when he played Target Field. Combined, those three concerts drew a total of nearly 125,000 fans.


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