Florida Georgia Line has canceled its 29 date “I Love My Country Tour” which was scheduled to launch on September 24th.
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Florida Georgia Line cited the COVID-19 pandemic as the reason for the cancellation. Refunds will be automatically issued to ticket holders.
Country music duo Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, who recently reunited after a break to work solo, were due to bring the new tour to Denver’s Ball Arena on Tuesday November 16.
“We were hoping to get back on the road this fall and we are so disappointed to have to cancel this tour, but we know deep down we still have to make sure to protect our fans and our team,” said Hubbard. noted in a report. “It’s unfortunate that we have to cancel, but we hope you all understand. We love our fans and can’t wait to be back when the time is right.
The fall concert tour, named after a song from the band’s latest album, was to feature Russell Dickerson, Lauren Alaina and Redferrin as the opening act.
“The continued safety of everyone has taken a heavy toll on us,” Kelley said. “To our fans, our band, our team and all venues across the country, thank you for your love and support! We couldn’t do what we do without you, and we hope we can all do our part to bring back live music soon. “
Last week, Garth Brooks also canceled five of his stadium concerts this year.
Florida Georgia Line were scheduled to play a concert in Denver with Kenny Chesney at Empower Field in Mile High in 2020, but this concert was postponed until 2021 then later moved to 2022. The Florida Georgia Line will not be part of the rescheduled Chesney Stadium show in 2022.
While we may have seen some of you at shows recently, the continued safety of all of us took a heavy toll on us. We are so disappointed to have to cancel this tour but we love you all and can’t wait to come back when the time is right. pic.twitter.com/pSJSHVYzUS
– Florida Georgia Line (@FLAGAline) August 20, 2021
Home of the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche and Colorado Mammoth, Ball Arena open in downtown Denver October 1, 1999 with a sold-out concert by Celine Dion.
Formerly known as the Pepsi Center, the arena can accommodate up to 20,000 seats for concerts and other events. Ball Arena hosts over 250 events each year.
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