As winter weather approaches, country star Luke Bryan was forced to move his Farm Tour gig in Louisburg indoors.
The show, which was originally scheduled for October 3, had to be moved to October 30 due to heavy rain earlier this month. Now, snow is heading toward the town, and rather than holding the gig outside at MC Farms, the performance will now take place inside of the Sprint Center downtown in Kansas City, Missouri. According to the venue, all tickets for the October 3 and October 30 shows will be honored at the Sprint Center. All tickets for the floor and seating bowl will be general admission, with wristbands on a first-come, first-serve basis starting at 2 p.m. today.
“Thank you guys for understanding, we want to get this show in for you guys and we want to help salute our American farmers out there,” Bryan said in a video posted to Facebook.
Ticketholders took to social media to express their frustration. Some say that the show just isn’t meant to be, and now they’re out hundreds of dollars. Many are requesting refunds, since they aren’t getting the same Farm Tour experience they paid for.
On the other hand, those who didn’t want to head down to Louisburg now have the chance to see the star in Kansas City and are grateful that Bryan once again, found a way to make the show work out after all.
The show will take place tonight in Kansas City. It is the last stop on Bryan’s 11th annual Farm Tour. Previously, he stopped in Wyoming, Michigan, Ohio, and Oklahoma.