NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. (WJBF) - Luke Bryan says if you're not here to party, then you picked the wrong place.
Well, thousands of people picked the right place as they came to party with Luke at "Farm Tour 2018."
It makes the fifth year the country star has come to the River Region. And fans are ready to sing his songs.
"What's your favorite Luke Bryan song?" asked NewsChannel 6 reporter Devin Johnson. "Huntin', Fishin' and Lovin' Every Day," said Raymond Cowan.
Die-hards brought along the whole family for the big event.
One fan says when she found out the country singer was coming to town she had to get tickets for her daughter.
"I was like mom we have to take Brooklyn, that is her favorite artist," said Shannon Blackmon. "Let's go to Old McDonald Fish Camp and get these tickets."
The trip to see Luke was a surprise this 12-year-old mega fan will never forget.
"We were laying down to go to bed, and mom went to go get them," explained Brooklyn Blackmon. "I didn't know, but she told me about it."
Brooklyn Blackmon tells me this is her first concert, and she is going to sing every song from her favorite singer.
If he sings "Play it again" are you going to go crazy? asked Devin. "Yes," said the 12-year-old fan. "I'm going to go crazy, and I'm going to sing it with him."
Brooklyn's mother hopes Farm Tour 2018 will be a memory her daughter will never forget.
"I really want Brooklyn to be able to enjoy her time at her first concert," explained Blackmon. "If she could get Luke Bryan's Signature on her poster, she made for Luke Bryan, that would be amazing."
Those concert-goers are also supporting a major cause. Bayer and Golden Harvest Food Bank partnered with the tour to fight hunger and celebrate farmers.
A $2,000 check was donated to provide more than 6,000 meals for families in need in the two-state.
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