Rescheduled/Cancelled Dates with Alison Krauss

admin —  April 22, 2014 — 4 Comments

Due to an unforeseen and urgent health concern that requires immediate attention, Alison Krauss & Union Station have been forced to reschedule, and unfortunately, cancel a few select shows on their upcoming tour with Willie. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.

*More details here on exchange/refund information: http://bit.ly/1kYu2yQ

5/1 Murray, KY: Rescheduled to May 21st
5/2 Atlanta, GA: Rescheduled to May 17th
5/3 Knoxville, TN: Rescheduled to July 20th
5/4 Cary, NC: Rescheduled to May 19th
5/6 St. Augustine, FL: Rescheduled to May 18th
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5/17 Birmingham, AL: Cancelled
5/18 Augusta, GA: Cancelled

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4 responses to Rescheduled/Cancelled Dates with Alison Krauss

  1. I’m sorry to hear that and I’m hoping for a speedy recovery. I bought tickets for the May 2nd show, but I cannot make it to the rescheduled date on the 17th. The information provided at the link above indicates that refunds are available at the point of purchase. I bought the tickets via Live Nation, but they will not refund them.

  2. Sara Lee Hinnant April 24, 2014 at 1:13 PM

    Hope all turns out well. QUESTION: What about the Greensboro, NC concert? It occurs in the same time period but I don’t dee it listed. They are still selling tickets. Out reschedule date doesn’t work because 1. two of us work and one of whom doesn’t live near the venue, 2. I am supposed to be moving in May, 3. Less of an issue, but it was a birthday gift.

  3. PLease come back to birmingham we wanted to see you bad!

  4. My daughter bought 4 tickets to see Willie Nelson and Allison Krauss at the Booth Amphitheatre in Cary, NC as well as two round trip tickets for herself and her boyfriend from Maui, HI. She was never informed by email or any other means that this concert was rescheduled for May 19th. I just happened to go to the website today and saw it so I called to let her know. She will now be incurring $150 per ticket change fees from the airlines along with other travel changes. Wouldn’t it be the decent thing to do to notify ticket holders when a concert is rescheduled. If I hadn’t looked, we four would have been in Cary, NC on May 4th waiting to see a concert that was not happening. Bad business!

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