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How to join the presale for Luke Bryan's 2022 Farm Tour

Bruno Cooke May 5, 2022
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Tickets to Luke Bryan’s upcoming tours, including his Farm Tour 2022, are now on sale via various presale channels – Live Nation, Citi Entertainment, etc., codes required. Here’s what we know, plus info regarding ticket prices.

How to take part in the Luke Bryan Farm Tour 2022 presale

Presale, resale and some regular tickets to see Luke Bryan in 2022 are available to buy online through Citi Entertainment’s website, Live Nation and Ticketmaster. Tickets to his Farm Tour are already fully on sale – see below.

However, note that some ticket options require presale codes – Citi credit card holders should be able to generate a code to get early access tickets to see Luke Bryan on any date from 15 to 24 September – those are Farm Tour tickets. See the website here. Whether or not Citi card holders choose to share their code with others is up to them.

Live Nation’s Concert Week kicked off yesterday (Wednesday, 4 May) and runs until next Tuesday (10 May). Per Luke Bryan’s own Twitter post, it means that, “while supplies last”, tickets to Luke’s upcoming shows are available for a reduced price of just $25. 

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However, a quick search on the Live Nation website reveals that none of the dates on Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour specifically are participating in the Concert Week deal. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t bargains to be had!

How much are tickets to see Luke Bryan? Farm Tour dates and prices

Luke Bryan kicks off his Raised Up Right Tour on 9 June 2022. He’ll play dozens of concerts between June and October, taking in cities right across the United States.

His Farm Tour sits snugly in the middle of all that. It starts 15 September, comprises six concerts, and ends on 24 September.

Tickets are already on sale – no code appears to be necessary to purchase a general admission ticket to see Luke Bryan play in Monroeville, Indiana, for example – and prices are relatively modest.

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In fact, tickets across all six of Bryan’s Farm Tour dates are a flat $65. Parking is an extra $5. Sales end on the day of each event. 

Parking begins at 2pm; entry opens at 5pm; the show starts at 6pm.

T-shirts are also available to buy online via the ticketing portal. They cost either $30 or $25, depending on which one you want.

Why has he divided his Raised Up Right Tour in half and inserted the Farm Tour in the middle?

Some of Luke Bryan’s Raised Up Right Tour dates are in arenas, others at festivals. 

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His Farm Tour, however – as one might expect – takes in some comparatively modest sites. He’s bringing it back to basics, and playing country music on six farms across the US.

Bryan came up with the concept over a decade ago. The idea is to give back to local farming communities; proceeds from the concerts go to charities and create scholarships for students from farming families to attend local community colleges.

His first Farm Tour took place in 2010, and they’ve happened (almost) every year since. For obvious reasons, they were unable to go ahead in 2020 and 2021, meaning this year’s Farm Tour is Luke Bryan’s 11th. They typically start at the end of September and run through October.

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Bruno is a novelist, amateur screenwriter and journalist with interests in digital media, storytelling, film and politics. He’s lived in France, China, Sri Lanka and the Philippines, but returned to the UK for a degree (and because of the pandemic) in 2020. His articles have appeared in Groundviews, Forge Press and The Friday Poem, and most are readable on Medium or onurbicycle.com.