Combs cancels '20 tour, pushed back until '21
Thursday, July 23, 2020
– Luke Combs announced today 2020 tour was being moved to 2021 due to COVID-19.
Combs had been one of the few artsits, who had not canceled tours this year.
"Never in a million years did I think the show I played in Europe this past March would be the last headlining show I'd play this year. Believe me, I'm just as bummed as y'all are...Playing shows for y'all is what I love to do, but I want y'all to be completely safe, so we're rescheduling all of the shows that were scheduled for the rest of this year to 2021...tickets already purchased for previous dates will be valid for new dates. I can't wait to see y'all in person next year."
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