Luke Bryan postpones upcoming shows in Florida due to Hurricane Ian | New


Tropical storm warnings have been issued across Florida as Hurricane Ian moves rapidly through the Gulf, forcing residents to evacuate and prepare for heavy rains. Luke Bryan is one of many travelers in the Sunshine State who has been forced to adjust his plans.

There “crash my party” the singer had to make stops in Florida on his Turn right alongside Riley Green and Mitchell Tenpenny. The hitmakers were scheduled to perform in Estero, Fla. at the Hertz Arena on September 29, in West Palm Beach at the iThink Financial Amphitheater on September 30, and wrap up at the MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheater on October 1.

Due to harsh weather conditions, the platinum-selling artist has rescheduled every show to November 2, 4, and 5. One of the concert halls took to social media on Thursday, September 29 to confirm the news and to reiterate the rescheduled dates.

“Luke Bran’s Raised Up Right Tour, which was scheduled for September 29th, will now take place on November 2nd,” Hertz Arena wrote on Twitter. “Fans are encouraged to keep their tickets as they will be valid for the new date.”

Bryan didn’t talk about the sudden change in plans. Hurricane Ian is currently strengthening, while making its way towards Florida. The typhoon rolled into western Cuba early Tuesday (September 27) as a category 3. According to the Naples Daily News, Ian is expected to make landfall as a Category 4 storm with winds blowing at 140 mph within the next 12 hours.

Bryan kicked off his high-energy run in early June in Charleston, West Virginia, and was originally scheduled to end Oct. 28 in Jacksonville, Florida.

“My favorite place is performing on stage in front of country music fans,” Byran said in a statement. “So grateful every night when I take the stage and know you’re there to have a blast by my side. It never gets old!” he added.

For live updates and upcoming appearances, visit lukebryan.com.

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