Luke Bryan is a few days away from kicking off his fourth annual Farm Tour, which include a few of his good friends as the opening act. The Georgia native has invited tunesmiths Dallas Davidson and Rhett Atkins, known as the Peach Pickers, to hit the road with him for the eight-city tour, along with singer-songwriters Chancie Neal and Cole Swindell.

"We just want to have a little fun in the fall, and what's cool about the Farm Tour is when we continue to go to places like Claxton, Ga., and Valdosta, Ga.," the married father of two says. "These things are a big event for these towns, and I love the fact that people can come out and have a big time, listen to some music. It's a fun experience all the way around. I want to continue to do what I can to keep it rocking."

Dallas and Rhett, who co-penned Luke's chart-topping hit, "I Don't Want This Night to End," have also written several hits for other artists, including Blake Shelton's "All About Tonight" and Joe Nichols' "Gimmie That Girl."

Proceeds from the Farm Tour will help provide scholarships to students of farming families in each of the tour stops. Luke will kick off the trek on Oct. 3 in Claxton, Ga. Find tour details here.

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