Sunday, May 17, 2020
– Chris Stapleton announced today he was postponing this year's All-American Road Show until 2021, another victim of COVID-19.
"We are very sorry to announce that this year's All-American Road Show has been postponed & rescheduled for 2021," he said in a social media post. "We've made this decision with the health and safety of our fans, touring family, and the communities we travel through as our number one priority."
The rescheduled dates for the shows at Globe Life Field in Arlington and Wrigley Field in Chicago will be announced as soon as possible, pending Major League Baseball's final schedule for 2021. The show at Truist Park in Atlanta has been canceled, and tickets will be automatically refunded.
"We'll be returning to Atlanta next year, and those details will be announced at a later date," Stapleton said.
"We appreciate your patience and understanding as we all navigate these unusual times. We miss seeing your faces in the crowd, hearing your voices and sharing the moments that we can only have when we come together in music. We hope to see you next year. Until then we wish you all good health & safety. Stay strong & God bless. - Morgane & Chris"
Marty Stuart and Brent Cobb were slated to be on the 2020 tour. There was no word if they would be back in 2021.
All previously purchased tickets will be honored for the rescheduled dates. For those unable to attend a rescheduled date, they have 30 days to obtain a refund that will be made available at your point of purchase.
Tour dates in 2021 include:
April 21 - Toledo, Ohio - Huntington Center
April 22 - Columbus, Ohio - Schottenstein Center
June 5 - San Bernanardino, Cal. - Glen Helen Amphitheater
June 10 - Boise, Idaho - Ford Idaho Center Arena
June 11 - Portland, Ore. - Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
June 12- George, Wash . - Gorge Amphitheater
June 17 - Bakersfield, Cal. - Mechanics Bank Arena
June 18 - Sacramento, Cal. - Toyota Amphitheatre
June 25-26 - Denver - Pepsi Center
July 28-29 - Gilford, N.H. - Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
Oct. 2 - Mansfield, Mass. - Xfinity Center
Oct. 8 - New York - Madison Square Garden
Oct. 22-23 - Nashville - Bridgestone Arena
The tour ends Nov. 12 in Orlando at the Amway Center.