NEW HAVEN, Indiana (CelebrityAccess) — A farmer in New Haven, Indiana has agreed to let country star Luke Bryant stage the first stop of his Bryant's upcoming Farm Tour on his property.
According to the News-Sentinel, farmer Mick Lomont will let Bryant use 70 acres of his farm for the concert, which could see as many as 20,000 people come to watch Bryant perform.
Lomont told the News-Sentinel that representatives from local police, fire and health departments have already inspected the farm's suitability for a big outdoor concert and to plan traffic control. Tour organizers expect that parking will be required for 20 trucks and 15 buses, as well as approximately 6,000 cars.
The tour will pay rent for the site and reimburse Lomont for any incurred expenses. A portion of the proceeds from the show will go to fund Luke Bryan Farm Tour Scholarships for students from a farming family in the community.
“Of course our granddaughters about died,” when they found out Bryan was coming to the family farm Lomont told the News-Sentinel. – Staff Writers