A farm near a future stop on Luke Bryan's 11th annual Farm Tour thanked the singer in a grandiose way: An intricate, six-acre corn maze of the tour's logo.
Gull Meadow Farms in Michigan created the maze in anticipation of Bryan's sold out Sept. 27 appearance at nearby Stafford Farms.
Per news website M Live, Gull Meadow farm manager Justin Wendzel hopes Bryan tries the farm's cider and donuts, even if he skips exploring the maze.
The maze and a smaller, kid-friendly option open to the public on Sept. 7 and will remain open until the weekend before Halloween. Admission costs $9 on Monday through Thursday and $12 on Friday through Sunday. Events included with the cost of admission on certain dates include a corn kernel sandbox and weekend pig races.
Bryan's Farm Tour begins Sept. 26 at Statz Brothers Farm in Marshall, Wisc. and continues beyond the Michigan date in Pleasantville, Ohio (Sept. 28), Louisburg, Kan. (Oct. 3), Douglass, Kan. (Oct. 4) and Norman, Okla. (Oct. 5).
"The idea behind this tour is to bring full production concerts to small towns that would not see larger scale shows," says Bryan in a statement on his website. "Growing up in rural Georgia we had to drive to larger cities to see concerts. It is so exciting to watch each of these shows being built like a small city in itself in the empty pasture land of these farms. We can feel the pride from the people in these towns as well as the farmers and it takes everyone coming together to pull them off!!"
Since the tour's inception in 2009, Bryan has given back to farmers by awarding college scholarships to students from farming families attending a college or university near tour stops. To date, more than 60 scholarships have been granted.