Country star Luke Bryan had to reschedule his concert in Indianapolis last night due to severe thunderstorms.
The show was slated to take place yesterday at the Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center. However, the National Weather Service released a statemement noting that wind gusts of 60 to 70 mph along with lightning were approaching last night and people should “take precautions if outdoors this evening as the line approaches the Indianapolis Metro and other portions of central Indiana.”
Luke Bryan’s Sunset Repeat Tour, scheduled for tonight at Rouff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville, IN has officially been postponed due to weather. The show has been rescheduled for Friday October 11th. All tickets for tonight’s performance will be honored on the new date
— Luke Bryan (@LukeBryanOnline) August 18, 2019
Fans generally took the news well and were happy to hear that the show was rescheduled, a stark difference from the Backstreet Boys’s gig last night in Pennsylvania, which was also called-off due to severe thunderstorms.
Bryan’s concert has been rescheduled to October 11, and all tickets will be honored at the new show date. The gig was a part of his Sunset Repeat Tour, which kicked-off late May and will continue this Thursday in Fresno, California, followed by dates in Toronto, Cleveland, Sacramento, and Raleigh. Additionally, Bryan will head out on his annual Farm Tour next month to support small towns across the country this fall. He’ll make stops at rural towns in Wisconsin, Missouri, Ohio, Kansas, and Oklahoma through October.
Earlier this year, Bryan dropped the track “Knockin’ Boots,” his first release since 2017’s What Makes You Country. He is best-known for popular country tracks like “Country Girl (Shake It For Me),” “That’s My Kind Of Night,” and “Play It Again.”