Country superstar Luke Bryan, whose hits include Crash My Party and Drink A Beer, will bring his Farm Tour 2015 to the 300-acre Talon Winery on Oct. 1.
The concert at the farm, at 7086 Tates Creek Road, was announced Tuesday and is the first time the farm tour has come to Kentucky. Tickets are not yet on sale.
Bryan's last visit to Central Kentucky was a February 2014 headlining show at Rupp Arena.
WBUL-98.1 FM (The Bull) is offering an exclusive presale code on July 9 on its Twitter feed @981THEBULL. Tickets go on sale to the public on July 10.
Kim Holtegel, an assistant at Talon Farm, said the Bryan tour would bring in all its own vendors, food, drink and facilities. The farm will have a pre-concert festival in September, and other promotional specials leading up to the event, she said.
Bryan's annual Farm Tour will begin Sept. 30 and include appearances in Fort Wayne, Knoxville and Tuscaloosa. A release at Lukebryan.com said that a portion of the proceeds go to local college scholarships to students from a farm family within the venue communities.
The Farm Tour ticket presale begins for Bryan's Fan Club, called "the Nut House," on July 7 at 10 a.m.
Bryan, the youngest son of a Georgia peanut farmer, released his first solo album, I'll Stay Me, in 2007. His number one country hits include, Rain Is a Good Thing (2010), Someone Else Calling You Baby (2010), I Don't Want This Night to End (2011), and Drunk on You (2012). His most recent single is called Kick the Dust Up.
Bryan's new album, Kill the Lights, is due to be released on Aug. 7.
He won the Country Music Association Entertainer of the Year award in 2014, along with nine other awards, according to Country Music Television.
Bryan, 38, is one of only a handful of singers to win both the CMA and Academy of Country Music entertainer of the year awards. Other double-winners include George Strait, Loretta Lynn and Kenny Chesney.
Bryan is considered a practitioner of "Bro Country," influenced by musical styles including electronic and hip hop and featuring themes including attractive young women, drinking and the romanticizing of pickup trucks.