Country star Luke Bryan’s announced a supporting cast for his upcoming Iowa stop on the Farm Tour.
“Ready Set Roll” singer Chase Rice, songwriting troupe The Peach Pickers, Georgia singer Jon Langston and DJ Rock open Bryan’s anticipated return to the Ziel Farm in Boone, the singer announced last week. In its 10th year, Bryan brings the Farm Tour back to Iowa on Sept. 29.
Rice plays rural Iowa in support of “Lambs & Lions,” his fourth studio album and Broken Row Records debut. Rice performs numbers such as “Three Chords & The Truth,” “Gonna Wanna Tonight” and “Ride.”
The Peach Pickers, featuring Thomas Rhett’s father Rhett Akins, supported Bryan during his Farm Tour stop in Boone last September. The tour brought a sold out crowd of an estimated 20,000 to the Ziel Farm, directly east of Boone.
Bryan returns to Iowa in support of his No. 1 Billboard charting sixth album, “What Makes You Country.” The album features singles “Light It Up” and “Most People Are Good.”
The 41-year-old Georgia native has dominated Billboard’s country airplay chart for the last decade, producing 19 chart-topping hits, such as “Rain Is A Good Thing,” “Drunk On You” and “Move.” This spring he joined Katy Perry and Lionel Richie in judging ABC’s “American Idol” revival, which Iowan Maddie Poppe won.
Gates open at 5 p.m. and music kicks off at 6 p.m., per Bryan’s website.
Tickets to the Farm Tour cost $51 before fees and can be purchased at lukebryan.com/farm-tour.