Luke Bryan with TBA

Friday July 20 2018!

ON SALE: BLACK Friday, November 24 @ 10AM

Ticket Prices

     Track (Standing Room Only): $83
     Amphitheater & Hillside Bleachers: $83

Luke Bryan Image #1Luke Bryan has come a long way from growing up in the small town of Leesburg, Ga., to earning the coveted American Country Music Awards title of "Entertainer of the Year" in 2013. While growing up, he helped his father work on his peanut and fertilizer farm while developing a passion for country music. His mother used to urge him to sing George Strait songs while they were running errands when Bryan was a child. When he was 14, his parents bought him his first guitar and Bryan started the task of learning the instrument. By 15, he was playing local shows with other local musicians, and at 16, he had started to write songs with two locals who had already been to the country capital, Nashville, where they had already achieved great success.

Luke Bryan Image #2After Bryan realized he wanted a career in country music, he made plans to head to Nashville after graduating from high school. However, his plans were derailed when the eve before he was scheduled to move, his brother, Chris, died in a car accident. Instead of pursuing his career, Bryan decided it was more important to be with his family, and ultimately attended Georgia Southern University, which was close to home. He continued to play music and perform on the side, and after graduating, he went to work for his dad, but his father knew Bryan's heart wasn't in it, so he gave him an ultimatum: Move to Nashville, or he will fire him.

Luke Bryan Image #3Fast forward from his first album in 2007 and Bryan's fifth full-length album, Kill the Lights, which appeared in 2015 quickly became another number one hit on the Billboard 200. It saw Bryan once again working with producer Jeff Stevens (Jody Stevens was also brought aboard as a co-producer), but unlike Crash My Party, the record saw a heavy dose of originals from Luke: he received writing credits on roughly half of the album's 13 songs. Kill the Lights debuted at number one and was eventually certified platinum, partially on the strength of the hit singles "Kick the Dust Up," "Strip It Down," "Home Alone," "Huntin', Lovin' and Fishin' Every Day," and "Move." In the autumn of 2016, Bryan embarked on his third Farm Tour and released the EP Farm Tour: Here's to the Farmer to commemorate the occasion.

You know why we're the "GREAT" Jones County Fair? Yep, you got it, because of concerts like Luke Bryan and TBA on Friday Night July 20 at the 2018 Great Jones County Fair!

Ticket Prices

     Track (Standing Room Only): $83
     Amphitheater & Hillside Bleachers: $83



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