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Brown Co. Music Center announces show postponements

Posted at 6:03 PM, Mar 16, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-16 18:03:09-04

NASHVILLE — The ongoing outbreak of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, has prompted the Brown County Music Center in Nashville to postpone a number of shows scheduled for March.

Some of the shows already have rescheduled dates. Two shows don't have a rescheduled date yet.

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Here is the list of show postponements:

  • Warrant — June 5 (originally scheduled for March 14)
  • The Price is Right Live — July 23 (originally scheduled for March 22)
  • Kenny G — October 1 (originally scheduled for March 28)
  • Carrot Top — December 9 (originally scheduled for March 19)
  • Gordon Lightfoot — new date TBA (originally scheduled for March 26)
  • Melissa Etheridge — new date TBA (originally scheduled for march 27)

The center said in a news release that previously purchased tickets for the originally scheduled shows will be honored.