Luke Bryan proved you're never too old to have a little fun on spring break this week. The singer took his 'Spring Break ... Here to Party' album and catalog of hits to Panama City, Fla. for a wild show at the Spinnaker Beach Club on Tuesday and Wednesday night.

The new album is Bryan's first full-length 'Spring Break' project, and compiles all of his favorite old hits from the project like 'Suntan City', along with two new songs, 'Just a Sip' and the more seriously-themed 'Buzzkill.' According to CMT, the singer played a 90-minute set that included 'Rain Is a Good Thing,' 'Drunk on You,' 'Country Girl (Shake It for Me)' and covers like Hank Williams Jr.'s 'Family Tradition.

"The overall energy of these Spring Break shows is electric," the Georgia-born singer told Entertainment Weekly. "Any time you get a bunch of guys and girls in bathing suits and bikinis, there’s no tellin’ what can happen at any moment."

Wednesday night's show included a set from Florida Georgia Line, who tweeted about the fun afterward. "That ache in our heads this morning is making it hard to forget Spring Break in PCB yesterday...Orange Beach, lets rally?"

When asked for details on the craziest thing Bryan ever did over spring break, you may be surprised at his answer ... it involves a baby. "One spring break, my sister went into labor with her first child, my first niece. So I had to leave in the middle of the night, about six in the morning, and drive back home and see my niece come into the world. And then I hitched a ride back down there so I … never missed spring break."

After 'Spring Break' comes to an end, Bryan will still be plenty busy, with a new album coming out this summer, and the single hitting the radio waves April 1st. On Thursday, the Dirt Road Diaries Tour continues in Orange Beach. Ala.