Billy Strings Cancels String The Halls Concerts Due To COVID-19
The guitarist currently expects to move forward with his three-night New Year’s Run.
By Scott Bernstein Dec 17, 2021 • 9:21 am PST
Guitarist Billy Strings canceled this weekend’s String The Halls concerts after a member of his crew tested positive for COVID-19. The guest-filled performances were supposed to take place tonight and tomorrow at Marathon Music Works in Nashville.
String The Halls III was due to benefit the Nashville Rescue Mission. Fans are asked to drop off donation items directly at the shelter. Additionally, posters for the shows will be sold online with proceeds donated to Nashville Rescue Mission. Tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase.
Read a note from Billy Strings below:
Friends, it is with the utmost sadness that we must cancel String the Halls due to a positive covid case within our crew. No one wanted these shows to happen more than us, but we cannot risk the health and safety of you our beloved fans, our special guests, our crew, the band and the venue staff.
We know a lot of you traveled in from out of town, and are deeply sorry. For those of you who chose to buy donation items for Nashville Rescue Mission, you can drop them off with the shelter directly.
We will also make the show posters available online with proceeds going to Nashville Rescue Mission in the near future – please stay tuned for more info.
At this time we have every intention of performing our New Years Eve run in Grand Rapids and can’t wait to see you there. We love you and hope you all stay healthy and safe this holiday season.
All tickets will be refunded at point of purchase (credit/debit card purchases will be automatically refunded – no action is required). If you purchased tickets with cash at the box office, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and they will get back to you as soon as they can.
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