We've been getting a lot of emails and calls here from Luke Bryan fans about the show on September 18th in Fowlerville for his 2021 Farm Tour.

According to fox47.com, Conway Township still needs paperwork from Luke's team. Some sources the last few weeks are saying the township could ask him to cancel the show. I would not worry about that knowing Luke's people.

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Conway Township Supervisor Bill Grubb said the township first heard about the show in early May. Then they passed along to the promoter what they needed to have the show there in the township.

"Mainly, the first step was to file a temporary special use permit. And there were some other requirements, such as a site plan review," Grubb said. "Nothing out of the ordinary for any special event that was to be held in our township."

So, I guess at a board meeting a few weeks ago, Grubb said all they had gotten was the temporary land use application, the application fee, and escrow payment. The major thing they still needed was the site plan review. That site plan needs to be reviewed by all the relevant parties including police, fire department, and EMS among others.

I reached out to Luke's record rep to ask about the situation, and she let me know that this is all completely normal. Everything is on schedule the way it's supposed to be and all of the necessary paperwork will be completed and given to the township by the August 18 deadline.

Don't worry kids, the show is still a few months away. Nobody is trying to get the concert canceled. They are just trying to get all of the paperwork in order so we can all go out there and have a great, safe experience!

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