"I am so excited to be getting this new music out to my fans," he tells PEOPLE

By Melody Chiu
Updated July 30, 2015 10:00 AM
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Get ready to crash Luke Bryan‘s party.

The country singer – who is releasing his fifth studio album, Kill the Lights, on Aug. 7 – is teaming up with Citi for an exclusive concert that night to celebrate his new music.

“I am so excited to be getting this new music out to my fans and cannot wait to be on stage and enjoy the album release night with them,” Bryan, 39, tells PEOPLE exclusively.

The concert will stream live from Irving Plaza in New York City at 9 p.m. ET on the Live Nation Channel on Yahoo! (tickets will be available for purchase exclusively for Citi card members Aug. 5 at 10 a.m. ET).

It’s been a busy year for the star, who co-hosted the Academy of Country Music Awards for the third time in April with pal Blake Shelton and has been traveling around the country for his Kick the Dust Up tour.

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“I always say, if I ever get to 25 No. 1s, I’d try to do all 25. I wouldn’t want one person not to hear their favorite,” he told Billboard in its latest issue. “At some point, me singing about frat party themes is just not going to be realistic. But if I look like a weird old dude up onstage, I’ll be the first one to come to that realization.”