Talk about one creative corn maze.

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Unfortunately, if you want to see Thomas Rhett, the 55th Academy of Country Music Awards' Entertainer of the Year co-winner (Rhett and Carrie Underwood were both crowned winners of the accolade, in the first tie for the esteemed award in the show's history) on stage it might be some time until tours can safely resume. But if you want to see the country star's likeness in a corn maze, well, you can get your fix pronto in Springfield, Tennessee, located about 45 minutes outside of Nashville.

At Honeysuckle Hill Farm, you can now come visit the visage of Thomas Rhett for this year's Nashville Country Music Corn Maze, part of the farm's fall festival. Based on the sneak peek the farm has shared on social media, the agricultural marvel looks pretty darn impressive if you ask us. Rhett is in good company, with previous artists designed in the corn maze including the likes of Johnny Cash, George Strait, and Luke Bryan per Country Living. (Hey, Honeysuckle Hill, how about a female country music icon like Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, or Reba McEntire for next year?)

If you live in the Nashville area and want to visit, general admission tickets for the property's fall festival ranges from $11.95 to $17.95 (get the full pricing details here) and also include access to the petting zoo, treehouse village, duck pond, a hayride to the pumpkin patch, obstacle course, and more. The autumnal attractions run through November 1 and you should check the dates and times before you go to ensure that the farm is open. Of course, given the coronavirus pandemic, you should only go if you're not sick or have been recently exposed to anyone who has been, wear a mask, and practice social distancing throughout your visit.

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Share with us: What is your favorite fall tradition? How are you making it work amidst our socially distanced reality this year?