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Zac Brown Band postpones tour, Detroit stop, due to COVID-19

By Gary Graff
ggraff@medianewsgroup.com, @GraffonMusic on Twitte

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Zac Brown Band fans will have to wait a bit longer to get their "Chicken Fry" -- and can blame the COVID-19 virus for that.

The chart-toping country act has postponed the current leg of its The Owl Tour, which was due to play Saturday, March 14, at Detroit's Little Caesars Arena "out of caution and due to increasing publich health concerns." In a statement the groups says that, "This was an extremely difficult decision, but the well-being of our fans is always our top priority."

The group promised that rescheduled dates for all shows through an April 25 stop in nashvilel "will be announced soon" and advises fans wto hold their tickets for the new dates. The group is still planning to go out on its Roar With the Lions Summer Tour, which starts in May.

The ZBB announcement follows Pearl Jam's decision to postpone the spring leg of its upcoming tour as well, due to concerns over COVID-19, and is the first major concert postponement to hit the Detroit market due to health concerns.

Details about the postponement and rescheduling will be available at 313Presents.com.

Web Site: www.313Presents.com

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