Luke Bryan Forced To Postpone Farm Tour Concert Following Heavy Rains
Luke Bryan can’t seem to catch a break on this year’s Farm Tour as the superstar has been forced to postpone…
Luke Bryan; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Luke Bryan can’t seem to catch a break on this year’s Farm Tour as the superstar has been forced to postpone yet another show due to weather.
This time, heavy rains have made it impossible for Bryan’s crew to load in for Thursday night’s show at MC Farms in Lewisburg, Kansas.
“Due to heavy rain leading up to today causing wet conditions on the farm, we are unable to load in the equipment needed to put on tonight’s Farm Tour show in Louisburg, KS,” Bryan shared on Twitter. He directed fans to the official Farm Tour website for details regarding the rescheduling of the show.
The news comes just days after Bryan and his crew had to postpone his show in Richland, Michigan due to storms.
“We tried every way to watch the weather to keep you guys safe,” Bryan shared with fans in a video message posted to Twitter. “In the end, lightning was everywhere. We just couldn’t put you guys in danger.”
New dates for the Farm Tour shows that have been postponed are expected to be announced soon.
Bryan’s Farm Tour is scheduled to visit Douglass, Kansas on Friday (Oct. 4) and Norman, Oklahoma on Saturday (Oct. 5).
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