Country star Luke Bryan was forced to postpone Friday night's concert in Lexington, Ky., after his stage was damaged while it was being dismantled in Columbus, Ohio. A statement posted to Bryan's official website on Friday said the tour's team was working to make repairs.
Thus far, only one date has been postponed. The Lexington concert has been rescheduled for Feb. 21.
The Columbus Dispatch reported that four workers were "slightly injured" in the incident, which occurred after the concert at Ohio State University's Schottenstein Center. The paper reported that it appeared to be an accident involving a forklift and it ultimately resulted in a "portion of the stage" being "toppled."
The incident occurred at the start of Bryan's "That's My Kind of Night Tour," the artist's largest-ever tour and the first that sees him graduating to stadiums. He'll be in Los Angeles on Oct. 25 to headline the Hollywood Bowl.
"Thanks to all of you who have been understanding through this whole deal," read a statement attributed to the artist on his official Facebook page. "We just couldn't take the chance of doing a show that might not be safe. I appreciate all my fans and look forward to seeing you in Feb."
The tour is in support of Bryan's 2013 album "Crash My Party," which has sold more than 1.5 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan." "Crash My Party" debuted at No. 1 in August after it sold 528,000 first-week copies.