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Clark reschedules tour dates

Thursday, March 26, 2020 – Brandy Clark has rescheduled many of her tour dates, which had to be delayed or canceled due to coronavirus.

The singer, who just released " ," said on Facebook on Wednesday, "Hey everybody, I just wanted to update you on what's going on with the tour right now. Many of the shows on my upcoming 'Who You Thought I Was Tour' have been rescheduled...All tickets will be honored at rescheduled dates and if you can't make it, refunds will be available at point of purchase. For any dates that have not been rescheduled yet, we are working on them and will be announced as soon as they are confirmed."

"I look forward to sharing this new record with you all as soon as it's safe. In the meantime, I'll do all I can to stay connected via social media. Thanks for ALWAYS supporting me and my music."

Tour dates are:
July 12 - Nashville
July 14 - Cleveland
July 15 - Pittsburgh
July 19 - Boston
July 20 - New York
July 21 - Alexandria, Va.
July 22 - Philadelphia
July 25 - Atlanta
July 27 - Birmingham, ALa.
July 29 - Houston
Aug. 2- Phoenix
Aug. 3- Highland Park, Cal.
Aug. 4 - San Francisco
Aug. 6 - Portland, Ore.
Aug. 7 - Seattle
Aug. 10 - Denver
Aug. 12 - Omaha
Aug. 13 - Minneapolis
Aug. 15 - Madison, Wisc.
Aug. 17 - Indianapolis
Aug. 18 - Ann Arbor, Mich.
Aug. 19 - St Louis
Aug. 21 - Louisville
Aug. 22 - Evanston
Aug. 24 - Kansas City
Aug. 25 - Oklahoma City


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