On Friday, September 22nd, the Luke Bryan Farm Tour will be making a stop at Klondike Farms in Brooklyn, WI. Approximately 20,000 people will be attending the event, which will cause significant traffic delays near the Villages of Brooklyn and Oregon. The Dane County Sheriff’s Office will have a large presence in the area and will be directing traffic before and after the concert.
Parking at the intersection of Highways 92 and 14 will open at 2:00 p.m. Signs will be posted directing motorists to three available entrances.
Concert attendees are encouraged to use the event parking; parking in the Village of Brooklyn will be very limited and walking along the highway will only create additional safety concerns.
Whether coming in on USH 14, CTH MM or STH 104, signs, deputies, and event staff will be able to direct you once in the area.
All roads will be open to traffic but are expected to be congested and slow-moving.
If you are NOT attending the concert, the Sheriff’s Office strongly suggests using an alternative route to avoid this area.
Drivers will need to be patient and plan ahead for significant delays. The Sheriff’s Office also reminds concertgoers to drink responsibly and designate a sober driver