After Luke Bryan’s Farm Tour show in Columbia, S.C., had to be postponed twice due to weather, the star is using the makeup show to do more than just entertain. The concert, (originally scheduled for Oct. 3) has been moved to Colt Creek Farm in Pelion, S.C., and booked for Nov. 1, and will now raise funds for flood relief with help from sponsors.

"Hang in there with me. I swear I will make it count,” Bryan wrote via Twitter when the bout of postponed shows originally occurred.

He’s definitely making good on that promise.

The state was hit hard with flooding recently, and Harvest Hope Food Bank, the largest in South Carolina, is working to provide food and supplies to those impacted by the disaster. Bryan's Farm Tour will serve to promote the cause and link people with Harvest Hope to help those in need. Fans can donate to support the flood relief efforts at this link.

More information about the Farm Tour and rescheduled dates can be found at the event site.

Bryan recently celebrated his 14th career No. 1 with his sultry single “Strip It Down,” for which he also recently cut a music video. His album Kill the Lights, released in August, hit No. 1 on the country albums charts, and Bryan is gearing up for its supporting tour beginning in 2016. He is also slated to perform at the 2015 CMA Awards on Nov. 4, where he's nominated for Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year.

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