Tyler Rich has been forced to postpone his debut headlining tour, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A tour that Rich says is something he’s “been waiting to do” his entire career but even though he is “feeling really down about this.” He knows that “your health,” he and his teams health and getting the tour rescheduled is their main priority right now. He promised that when the tour does get rescheduled that it will come back “bigger and better.”
In a statement to fans, Tyler Rich explained: “What a day… I’m absolutely devastated to announce that due to the current circumstances the ‘Rather Be Us’ Tour has been postponed.”
“We’ll announce new dates soon. Your ticket will be honored for the new show! Your safety is what is most important.”
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My first headlining tour… something I’ve been waiting to do my entire career. Feeling really down about this. Your health, our health, & getting this thing rescheduled is our only priority right now. I’ll keep you all posted, and can’t wait to come back with a vengeance and do this damn thing even bigger and better. I love you guys – Tyler
03/12/20 Minneapolis, MN – The Fillmore
03/13/20 Rosemont, IL – Joe’s Live
03/14/20 Milwaukee, WI – The Rave
Several country music artists have announced changes to their touring plans due to the coronavirus outbreak. Just today, artists such as Reba McEntire, Brantley Gilbert, Kenny Chesney, Dan + Shay, Blake Shelton and many more unveiled plans to postpone tour dates.