Here’s How to Navigate Those Luke Bryan Concert Traffic Tie-Ups
Most country music fans love them some Luke Bryan.
The guy's been cranking out hit after hit and shaking his groove thing on stages across the country for about 15 years. His popularity on the radio ultimately led him to even more success, as a judge on American Idol and host or co-host of multiple award shows.
This Saturday, September 17, Luke Bryan brings his annual Farm Tour back to Kubiak Family Farms in Fowlerville. Openers include country up-and-comers Riley Green and Jameson Rodgers.
While the concert is sure to be amazing, traffic probably won't be. While Luke Bryan's Farm Tour is a fun concept, it's an infrastructural nightmare for areas that host the shows. The roads around the farms aren't designed to handle the amount of traffic that will be coming in for (and later leaving the concert).
Coming into Fowlerville from the Lansing side
If you are headed to the Luke Bryan Farm Tour concert in Fowlerville, the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office asks for your patience.
They ask that if you're coming into Fowlerville from the Lansing area or west side of the state, that you exit I-96 at Exit 122 (M-52) and head north. You can take M-52 to Sherwood Road and go east to parking.
Grand River Avenue from M-52 to Stow Road is also available to get to a parking area.
Coming into Fowlerville from the Detroit side
Livingston County officials recommend that if you're coming into Fowlerville from the Metro Detroit area or east side of the state, that you exit I-96 at Exit 129 (Fowlerville Road) and head north. Take Fowlerville Road to Sherwood Road and go west until you are at the parking area.
Heading into Fowlerville, but not for the show? Just don't.
Authorities remind fans that Luke Bryan's show in Fowlerville on Saturday is sold out. There will be no on-site ticket sales. The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office asks those that do not have tickets to avoid the area as large traffic delays can be expected.