The Revivalists Postpone & Cancel 2020 Tour Dates Due To Coronavirus

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The Revivalists confirmed their 2020 tour dates have been canceled or postponed in the wake of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The announcement came with word the band plans to use the time off the road to “recharge, work on new material, and also introduce some new ways of sharing our music with you.”

Dates for The Revivalists’ Into The Stars Tour slated to take place in Indianapolis, Charlotte, Raleigh, Norfolk, Oxford (Mississippi), Nashville, Huntsville and Asheville have been canceled outright. The New Orleans rockers rescheduled their rest of their headlining appearances between April and September 2021. Refunds are available. Head here for a show-by-show tracker.

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Read a statement from The Revivalists:

Hey Everyone, this announcement likely comes as no surprise but the time has come for us to announce that all of our 2020 tour dates are being cancelled or Postponed until 2021. The first dates will be in April. We plan to use this unprecedented time off the road to recharge, work on new material, and also introduce some new ways of sharing our music with you. Obviously, we wish we could play for you all in person as soon as we can do so responsibly. Based on how our drive-in concert felt last week we can attest that it will be that much sweeter when we do come back.
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