UPDATE: no arrests, one assault and plenty of traffic at Saturday’s Luke Bryan concert

(ABC 6 News) – The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office reported Monday that the Saturday night Luke Bryan concert in Eyota saw plenty of traffic, but few other issues.

Capt. James Schueller said deputies broke up one assault, which resulted in citations, but made no arrests at the concert.

(ABC 6 News) – The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) warns motorists to expect traffic delays and backups near Eyota on Saturday due to the Luke Bryan concert.

The MnDOT says portions of Highway 42, Highway 14 and I-90 could see significant traffic delays as approximately 20,000 people are expected to attend the Luke Bryan ‘Here’s to the Farmer Tour’ at the Gar-Lin Dairy Farm south of Eyota.

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For safety, the MnDOT says no parking is allowed along state highways near the concert venue, and to follow traffic signs and directions to available parking areas.

For concert rules and traffic plans, consult the Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office by CLICKING HERE.