Luke Bryan’s ‘Farm Tour’ To Aid So. Carolina

Earlier this month nasty weather forced Luke Bryan to postpone his Columbia, S.C., “Farm Tour” stop. Now Bryan says the rescheduled show will be a benefit to aid those affected by the flooding in South Carolina.

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BOK Center, Tulsa, Okla.

Back in June while announcing the fall “Bayer Presents Luke Bryan Farm Tour,” the country star’s press machine designated Culler Farms located in Gaston south of Columbia, as the Oct. 3 stop.  When Mother Nature refused to cooperate Bryan announced he was moving the show to Oct. 11. But rain and flooding continued and now Bryan is telling fans to meet up with him and his Farm Tour Nov. 1 at the Colt Creek Farm in Pelion, S.C.

Bryan’s sponsors are helping to aid those stricken by the flooding.  Red Gold Tomatoes has pledged $20,000 of canned tomatoes and Bayer, Cabela’s, CMS Nashville, Miller Lite, ATG, Citibank, and Bad Boy Buggies have all stepped up to help South Carolina.  Red Gold’s canner, Ball Corp., is also helping out.

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DNR officer Brett Irvin and Lexington Co. Deputy Dan Rusinyak carry June Loch in the St. Andrews area of Columbia, S.C.

Your generous help is needed and you can donate via this link.  Proceeds from the donation drive will go to Harvest Hope Food Bank in Columbia.  Click here for more information.