Luke Bryan's 2016 Farm Tour is off to a rocky start. After canceling the tour's kickoff show in South Carolina due to threats from Hurricane Matthew, the singer has suffered an injury just before Thursday night's (Oct. 6) concert in Tennessee.

According to a local ABC affiliate, Channel 6 in Greenback, Tenn., Bryan was riding a bike near the site of Thursday night's event when he fell, breaking his clavicle. The owner of Maple Lane Farms reveals that Bryan was treated at Blount Memorial Hospital and will return to perform the show as planned.

The singer echoed these reports on Twitter, adding that he is "all good" and will play with his arm in a sling:

Bryan is no stranger to minor accidents — he's fallen off the stage during his concerts a number of times, including at a show in Montreal earlier this year. But he's always gotten right back up to please his fans, as he's said he'll do after this biking accident.

The "Love Me in a Field" singer was forced to cancel Wednesday's (Oct. 5) show at Culler Farms in Gaston, S.C., due to evacuation orders in the area which would have affected travel to the farm for fans and crew. More Farm Tour shows are planned through the weekend in Kentucky, Indiana and Mississippi. Bryan recently released an EP tied to the event, Farm Tour: Here’s to the Farmer.

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