Vernon Downs Cancels moe.’s ‘Miracle Mile’ Drive-In Concerts
The concerts were to be moe.’s first shows since the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic began in March. The band has announced that they will still livestream performances on the same dates.
Read moe.’s statement below:
Today Vernon Downs has decided to no longer host our Miracle Mile event. Due to the short notice we have been forced to cancel our shows on Friday and Saturday. Refunds will be automatically issued by Ticketmaster to all original ticket purchasers.
We are heartbroken and cannot convey how saddened we are for the inconveniences it has caused our fans. We wish for nothing more than to play live for you.
While can no longer play for you in a live concert setting, we will still perform for you live via webcast. We have been rehearsing in an historic church-turned-recording studio and will broadcast two full moe. shows from this setting, starting at 7pm on Friday and Saturday evenings. We hope you can join us virtually.
Single and 2-night passes available at moremusic.at/MiracleMileLiveStream
A portion of the live stream ticket proceeds will be donated to The Center, a Mohawk Valley-based charity that helps provide resources to refugees resettling in the area.