Luke Bryan Show In North Carolina Is Postponed Because of Winter Weather

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Do you think Luke Bryan is outside sledding and whooping it up with his buddies? The country star has a snow day because his show Thursday night (Feb. 13) in Greensboro, N.C., was postponed because of bad weather.

Folks in the South aren’t quite as prepared as their neighbors to the north for winter weather. So prediction for snow and ice for most of North Carolina were enough to put off Luke’s show, though it probably made sense because Winter Storm Pax quickly dumped about seven inches of snow on Greensboro and as much as a foot in other parts of N.C. Thankfully, fans won’t have to wait long: Luke will play Greensboro on Monday (Feb. 17).

One small change: Opener Cole Swindell already had a gig set for Monday night, so Kelleigh Bannen will get a turn opening for Luke Bryan. 

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