The show will not be going on for Luke Bryan just yet.
The country star's concert scheduled for tonight in Lexington, Ky, has been postponed after an accident while the crew was packing up caused part of the stage to collapse following Thursday's show in Columbus, Ohio—the first stop on the Crash My Party singer's That's My Kind of Night Tour.
A rep for Bryan told E! News that the Kentucky show was off "due to damage sustained to a piece of the stage during production load-out."
"The damage occurred after the show had ended and no fans were in the building," the rep added. "The tour's team will make the necessary repairs to the proudction elements so the tour may continue."
Bryan will hit Lexington's Rupp Arena on Feb. 21 instead. At this time, he's headed for Knoxville, Tenn., on Saturday.
Meanwhile, though no fans were in danger, having cleared out of Ohio State University's Schottenheim Center about an hour beforehand, Columbus' NBC 4 reports that four crew members sustained minor injuries and were taken to a nearby hospital after emeregency personnel were called to the scene at 12:04 a.m. local time.
The OSU Police Division's incident report stated that a forklift may have struck the stage, causing a partial collapse.
Earlier this week Bryan announced the second leg of his That's My Kind of Night Tour, kicking off May 3 in Vancouver.