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Eldredge has COVID

Friday, December 17, 2021 – Brett Eldredge disclosed Thursday that he has COVID-19.

Eldredge had to cancel weekend shows of his holiday tour this weekend as a result.

"Today has been a really rough day," Eldredge said.

Eldredge said he felt like he had a cold over the past few days and had "decided to go...check one last time to make sure it wasn't COVID or something." Eldredge was going to board a flight to Chicago to play his "favorite show of the entire year, the Glow Show in Chicago."

"Unfortunately, it turns out I have COVID, which really sucks," Eldredge said, shaking his head. "I've been so excited about playing this show, and I know a lot of you have been so excited to go to it."

Eldredge hopes to reschedule the shows on Dec. 29 and 30.

"Chicago - So incredibly sad to not get to play this weekend🤒 but I hope to see you December 29th and 30th!"

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