Due to historic rains and flooding in the south, Luke Bryan has been forced to postpone his concert originally scheduled for Saturday, March 12.
Bryan was going to perform at the CenturyLink Center in Bossier City, Louisiana as part of his Kill the Lights Tour, but due to concerns over flooding in the area, the concert has been rescheduled “in interest of safety,” according to a post on the CenturyLink Center’s Facebook page.
The Weather Channel states that some parts of the South have received as much as 23 inches of rain, and flooding is occurring in parts of Louisiana, Arkansas, Texas, Alabama, and Mississippi. Bossier City itself has received nearly 16 inches of rain, and more heavy rain is expected throughout Friday (Mar. 11).
Bryan’s concert has been rescheduled for May 18, and all tickets for the original show will be honored on the new date. Opening act Dustin Lynch will still be able to perform at the show as well.
Now that Bryan has postponed his Bossier City concert, his last stop of his Kill the Lights Tour until after the ACM Awards is on Friday night in Little Rock, Arkansas. He’ll pick his tour back up on April 7 in West Virginia.
It’s too bad that those in Bossier City won’t get to see Bryan on the original concert date, but his show is definitely worth the wait. You can tune in below to watch him perform “Play It Again” during a Kill the Lights Tour stop in Peoria, Illinois.
Our prayers go out to all those who are affected by the flooding in the south.
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