BREAKING: Thomas Rhett issues statement after being forced to abruptly postpone concert in Alabama


Thomas Rhet was forced to abruptly postpone Thursday night’s concert in Tuscaloosa, Alabama to Tuscaloosa Amphitheater due to extreme weather conditions.

On Thursday (July 21), the country’s superstar made the difficult decision to postpone as bad weather hit the region.

While sitting in his tour bus, Rhett took to his Instagram Stories to share the unfortunate news with fans.

“Tuscaloosa, Thomas Rhett here,” Rhett began. “I’m really, really sorry but we won’t be able to do the show tonight due to lightning and I know many of you have asked if we could continue very late.”

Rhett said if he hadn’t broken curfew he would have waited out bad weather and performed a concert late at night, however, the storm will be in the area all night.

“Even though I would stay up until 1 a.m. to do this, the curfew in this town is 11:30 a.m. and everyone I’ve spoken to says the weather isn’t going to clear up from here. there.” Rhett continued. “So it sucks because I’ve literally been hosed down twice in my career, tonight being the second time.”

Thomas Rhett will return to Tuscaloosa for his rescheduled September tour date

He then revealed the new tour date with fans planning to return to Tuscaloosa for his Bring The Bar To You tour when he returns to Tuscaloosa Amphitheater.

“We have already found a new date to come back, September 8th,” added Rhett. “Obviously many of you have traveled here from other states and I just feel for you. I’m so sorry, but it’s an act of God and lightning is something we don’t play with. and we want to make sure you are all safe.

If fans cannot return to the September 8 concert, please contact your point of purchase for a refund.

“So yeah on September 8th we’re coming back to Tuscaloosa and obviously if a lot of you can’t make it please contact your outlet for a refund and all that good jazz but hope to see you all again September 8,” Rhett said, before further apologizing to fans. “Again, so creepy, sorry. I hate that. I’m literally on the bus ready to play. Sometimes that’s how it works, so I love you all. Thank you very much for coming tonight.

He then promised fans that when he returns on September 8, he and his band will “put on a hell of a dag show.”

Rhett did everything in his power to try to continue the concert before the cancellation. Hours before the original show time, Rhett revealed plans to start early due to the upcoming weather.

Unfortunately, this plan did not work. He then encouraged fans to come back around 8 p.m. for a status update.

Those waiting outside the site were encouraged to take shelter due to inclement weather and lightning activity in the area.

The Bring The Bar To You tour, which runs through mid-October, also includes special guests Parker McCollum and Conner Smith.

The next scheduled tour date is Friday, July 22 at the Lakewood Amphitheater in Atlanta, Georgia.

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