EAST LANSING, Mich. — Country singer Luke Bryan has scheduled a performance at a farm in Fowlerville as part of his 2021 Farm Tour.
Caleb Kubiak works on the Kubiak Family Farms and said they got a call last year from Bryan's manager but didn't think it was real.
"My grandma and my aunt were in the house, and they actually hung up the first time," Kubiak Said. "So we didn't think it was real, you know we thought it was fake, and then we ended up calling them back, saying, 'If you guys want to come out and take a look, you're more than welcome to.'"
The Sept. 18 concert was supposed to happen last year but was pushed due to the pandemic.
This is Bryan's twelfth Farm Tour. He goes to farms around the country, sets up a stage in a field, and performs. He is set to play at six farms this year.
The money raised from the Farm Tour goes towards college scholarships for students from farming families.
Kubiak expects to see thousands of people at the concert and said they're super excited to host the event.
"Not only you know do we get to have Luke Bryan come out, but it's for a good cause, and it's for the farmers, and that's what matters most to me," he said
Tickets go on sale Friday morning and cost $56 in advance and $70 at the gate. You can click here for more information.
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