Luke Bryan is visiting Richland, Mich., in September, and when he gets there he'll be greeted by six-acre corn maze that looks just like him, WITL in Lansing, Mich., reports.

Gull Meadow Farms (8544 Gull Road in Richland) revealed the design for the farm's annual corn maze this week, in honor of Bryan's eleventh-annual Farm Tour. The tour is designed specifically to support rural areas and various farming communities across the United States. This year's run will consist of six stops and will kick off in Marshall, Wisc., on Sept. 26 before making the trek to the village located outside of Kalamazoo, Mich., on Sept. 27.

While there hasn't been any word on if the singer will actually get a chance to navigate the maze, according to MLive, Gull Meadow manager Justin Wendzel hopes Bryan will taste their cider and doughnuts.

The corn maze will open on Sept. 7 and will feature a smaller one-acre maze that is located inside of the farm tour logo, so that families with smaller children can partake in the fun, as well.

"I use to try to make the corn maze as difficult as possible," Wendzel tells MLive. “It’s a pride thing."

This is not the first that the farm has received national attention. After former president Gerald Ford died in 2006, a corn maze was crafted in his memory.

Bryan's maze will be open until the weekend before Halloween. If you are looking to attend Bryan's show, tickets are sold out, but you can still enjoy the maze! Watch the reveal of the Bryan-themed maze on the farm's Facebook page here. 

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