Luke Bryan injured himself in a biking accident on Thursday (Oct. 6), but he'll be "playing through the pain" on his 2016 Farm Tour.

Paden Sawyer, the owner of Maple Lane Farms in Greenback, Tenn., where Bryan's Farm Tour was scheduled to stop on Thursday night, tells Knoxville, Tenn.'s WATE-TV that the singer was involved in a bicycle accident and treated at Blount Memorial Hospital, located in nearby Maryville, Tenn. Sawyer tells the TV station that Bryan "is on his way back [to the farm] and the concert will go on."

Around 6:45PM ET on Thursday, Bryan tweeted, "Broken clavicle. All good. Show is a go. I'll just have my arm in a sling."

Bryan's stop at Maple Lane Farms is the first on his 2016 Farm Tour. The trek was scheduled to begin on Wednesday (Oct. 5), in Gaston, S.C., but due to evacuation orders put in place because of Hurricane Matthew, the show was canceled.

A portion of Farm Tour ticket proceeds go toward a local college scholarship, the Luke Bryan Farm Tour Scholarship, given to students from farming families within the communities in which the Farm Tour stops. The artist’s first-ever Farm Tour EP, … Here’s to the Farmer, is now available.

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