Old Dominion Cancels European Tour Dates Amid Coronavirus Concerns

Old Dominion has cancelled five tour dates in Europe due to concerns about the coronavirus outbreak. The five tour dates include the cities of Berlin, Amsterdam, Dublin, London and Glasgow, which were all part of the C2C: Country To Country Festival.

The band made the announcement via Instagram:

“After much consideration, we have decided to withdraw from our upcoming performances as part of the @c2cfestival in Berlin, Amsterdam, Dublin, London, and Glasgow. We are so sorry to disappoint our fans overseas; however, with the growing uncertainty and unpredictable nature of the virus that is spreading throughout the world, the safety and security of our entire team is the top priority. We are forever grateful for every opportunity we get to witness just how far our music is reaching, and we will be back across the world as soon as we can. Much love and thank you for your support. -Matthew, Trevor, Brad, Geoff & Whit.”

The artists that are still set to perform at C2C include Luke Combs, Eric Church, Darius Rucker, Charles Esten, Tanya Tucker, Brett Young, Tenille Townes, The Cadillac Three, Abby Anderson, Eric Paslay, Runaway June and Jordan Davis.

Thousands of other events, conferences, schools and concerts around the world have been cancelled due to the outbreak. The biggest American event for music that fans are still waiting to hear about is the annual Coachella Festival, which as of now is still scheduled to take place in April.

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