Luke Bryan loves to get up onstage and shake it for fans. However, safety always comes first, and a hugely dangerous storm forced the singer to cancel his outdoor show at the Isleta Amphitheater in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Friday (July 26).

It wasn't just a storm -- it was actually a record-breaking storm, according to Albuquerque's National Weather Service Twitter page, which said, "#ABQMetro experienced one of the most intense rain, severe-wind producing storms in recent memory, if not on record. Please #BeSafe #nmwx."

Sounds like it was a good thing Bryan canceled the concert, as it would have posed dangerous threats not only to the singer, but also his devoted fans who likely would withstand any sort of elements to see the 'Crash My Party' singer.

Although it was a good decision, Bryan was understandably disappointed, tweeting, "Hey y'all. Hope everyone is ok. Praying everyone got to they're vehicles safely... Bad weather here in Albuquerque. Show can't happen tonight. Freakin bummed..."

Instead of fans singing along with the 37-year-old's hits, they'll have to wait until autumn to see Bryan. But, their original tickets will be honored when he returns. "Due to dangerous weather conditions, and in the interest of safety, tonight's Luke Bryan concert in Albuquerque has been postponed until 9/22," the venue explained. "Original tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date."

The storm may have crashed Bryan's party and dampened the weekend plans of all his fans, it's good to know that everyone is safe and sound in their homes. In the meantime, the country star's deluxe 'Crash My Party' album will hit Target in August, giving fans a chance to hear four new exclusive tracks -- and hopefully satiate those in New Mexico until the September concert.

Watch Video of the Scary Storm in Albuquerque