First it was Garth Brooks a couple weeks back, and last week it was Florida Georgia Line cancelling their fall tour.  In both cases, the rise in COVID-19 numbers prompted the cancellation of their fall concerts.  Those are the two most notable country tours to get the axe, but other genres of music are cancelling as well.

Here's a concert tour cancellation tracker from Billboard magazine, that lists every concert tour that has been cancelled due to COVID-19 this fall.  They intend to keep this updated, so if you have concert tickets to an upcoming show this fall, you might want to bookmark it.  Find that HERE! 

With concert tours throwing in the towel this fall, there's a couple of big shows in North Dakota we are keeping an eye on.  Justin Moore will play the Bismarck Event Center on Thursday, September 23rd.  This show has already been postponed three times due to the pandemic.  As of right now, this show is on and Justin Moore is still touring.  Here is his latest concert schedule.  No mention of COVID-19 concerns on the website.  Fingers crossed, that the fourth time is the charm.

The other big show in the state this fall, and perhaps the biggest show of the entire year in North Dakota, Luke Combs in Grand Forks.  This show is fast approaching on Friday, September 17th.  This show is basically sold out, with very few tickets remaining.  Here's what's left.  Click here!  US 103-3 will have your chance to win more tickets.  Unlike Justin Moore, Luke Combs tour hasn't started yet.  It begins on September 4th.  That could give this tour a reason to revaluate the COVID-19 situation.  Let's hope that is not the case.  No mention of COVID-19 concerns at this time on Luke's website.

We will be sure to keep you up to date on both of these big country shows.



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