Luke Bryan concert relocated to State Fairgrounds

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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

The Luke Bryan farm tour is no match for Mother Nature.

The country music star's concert, scheduled for a farm near Douglass, Kansas,  is being moved to the State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson.  The concert will be held Friday.

Bryan's planned Thursday concert in Louisburg was postponed due to wet conditions.    Areas near Douglass have received more than three inches of rain in the past 48 hours. 

The "farm tour" website shows parking will begin at 2:00,  with doors opening at 5:00 and the show at 6:00.  All previously purchased tickets and parking passes will be honored.  Contact support@bigtickets.com with any concerns or questions.  

Previous story:  

The city of Louisburg says that country singer Luke Bryan's Farm Tour show on Thursday has been canceled.

The concert was set to take place on a farm near 255th Street and Pflumm Road. WDAF reports city officials looked into alternative locations, but "it was determined that they were also too wet to have the concert." Bryan plans to reschedule the show.

The country singer said earlier Thursday that due to the heavy rain, his crew is unable to unload the equipment needed to put on the show.

Friday's tour stop in Douglass is still on as scheduled.


Previous story from May 30:

Country artist Luke Bryan will make two stops in Kansas during his "Farm Tour" this fall. 

The country music star and "American Idol" judge will perform at MC Farms in Louisburg on October 3 and Flying B Ranch in Douglass on October 4. Tickets go on sale next week. 

Rolling Stone reports the “Knockin’ Boots” singer began Farm Tour in 2009 as a way to raise money and awareness for farmers and farm towns. A portion of the proceeds go toward a college scholarship awarded to students from agricultural families or those who are studying agriculture in school.