Brad Paisley's H20 II: Wetter & Wilder World tour was set to kick off at Pittsburgh's Heinz Field May 28, but the show has been postponed.

A release from the Pittsburgh Steelers organization stated: "The Steelers Country Music Festival scheduled for May 28th at Heinz Field has been postponed. More information will be available soon on the upcoming details of the rescheduling of the Festival. Ticket refunds will be available at point of purchase."

No reason was given for the postponement.

The H20 II trek is now set to open June 3 in Virginia Beach, Va. Coincidentally, that's the same venue where he launched last year's tour, just a mere three weeks following the devastating Nashville floods, which damaged many of Brad's guitars, amps, the set and all of the touring gear that was stored at a Nashville rehearsal facility, which was under several feet of water after the Cumberland River crested.

"I watched my crew wade through water for this tour. They waded waist deep in water to save what they could and pull this off," Brad told the Boot. "I wouldn't change that for anything and neither would they. It was one of the best weeks of my life in some ways, because I felt like I saw the best in people. I saw the best in my crew. They pulled together something for this tour. We had absolutely nothing left really besides the lights last week."

In addition to the headliner, Brad, the tour will also feature performances by Blake Shelton, Darius Rucker and Jerrod Niemann. The Water World Plaza returns with new stars Edens Edge, Sunny Sweeney and Brent Anderson, as well as a fishing simulator, dunking booth, slip-and-slide and various other water games.

Brad, who is climbing the country charts with his latest single, 'Old Alabama,' is set to release his latest album, 'This is Country Music,' May 23.