Vida Blue Cancels Atlanta & New Orleans Concerts Due To Coronavirus

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Vida Blue canceled their upcoming spring dates due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak pandemic. The band was originally scheduled to play Atlanta’s Tabernacle on April 30 and The Orpheum Theater in New Orleans on May 1.

Consisting of Phish keyboardist Page McConnell, Dead & Company bassist Oteil Burbridge, guitarist Adam Zimmon and funky METERS drummer Russell Batiste, Vida Blue reunited in 2019 for their first concerts in 15 years. The quartet also released a studio album entitled Crossing Lines. Refunds for tickets to both shows will be available via the point of purchase.

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Read a brief statement from the band below:

Due to increasing public health concerns surrounding the corona virus, the Vida Blue shows at the Tabernacle and Orpheum Theater are cancelled. All tickets will be refunded automatically via the point of purchase.

Thank you for your patience and support.

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