Tampa, Florida 2021-08-03 18:36:46 –
Nashville, Tennessee — Country star Garth Brooks continues his stadium tour for now. However, his team announced during the three-week break that they would assess the status of COVID’s resurgence and decide whether to continue its performance.
Brooks and his band will perform in Kansas City, Missouri on August 7th and in Lincoln, Nebraska on August 14th.
Then they say he and the team “will evaluate where the rest of the year is due to the resurrection of the covid virus.”
The team went on to announce that there would be no Seattle concert.
“Seattle is the first city three weeks later, but at this point we don’t yet know what the concert will be, so we won’t go any further until we’re sure we can play the date. Seattle is for sale. Was done “
“It’s heartbreaking to have to look at the city after it goes on sale and then ask those sweet people and the venue to change the schedule,” Garth Brooks said. “A three-week window is approaching to evaluate the rest of this year’s stadium tour in groups. It’s humble to see people trust you so much as an artist, and I think I’m dying. I’m disappointed with them. “
Unfortunately, Tennessee fans couldn’t see the star’s performance at Nissan Stadium due to bad weather. Authorities wanted to reschedule the show the next night, but couldn’t.
WTVF’s Rebekah Hammonds first reported this story.
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