Luke Bryan fans in Columbia, S.C. just can't catch a break. Due to the heavy rainfall that has battered the area, the superstar has been forced to postpone a scheduled stop on his Farm Tour for the second time.

Bryan was originally slated to perform in Columbia on Oct. 3, but he had to move that date when torrential rains made it impossible to perform. It was re-scheduled for Sunday (Oct. 11), but now the singer reveals via Twitter that the concert "is being postponed until further notice."

The tour kicked off Sept. 30 in Ft. Wayne, Ind. Bryan reluctantly re-scheduled a date slated for Oct. 1 in Lexington, Ky., due to terrible rains, and the Oct. 2 date in Knoxville, Tenn., was also postponed for the same reason.

"I know you guys are mad," Bryan said. "I am heartbroken. We schedule farm tour in October because it is historically the driest month of the year."

"Atvs were bogging up," he added. "I will play in the rain but I can't strand you guys in your vehicles for days."

The Lexington concert was moved Oct. 6, while the Knoxville show will now take place on Monday (Oct. 12).

Bryan's 2014 Farm Tour played to more than 110,000 fans. 2015's dates have featured Sam HuntChris Janson, the Peach Pickers, Chancie Neal and DJ Rock all joining him. A portion of the ticket proceeds will be donated to the Luke Bryan Farm Tour Scholarship fund, which helps provide college scholarships to students from farming families in local communities the tour visits.

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