Live Nation Cancellations and Postponements

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One of these days Rocks Off will get back to the usual business of announcing who's coming instead of who's cancelling. Hopefully soon. For now, here's a list of Live Nation shows that will no longer be taking place, in the immediate future anyway.

Verizon Wireless Theater

Guy Clark (above) and Nanci Griffith

Scheduled for Wednesday, September 17th - Cancelled

Guitars and Saxes

Scheduled for Saturday, September 20th – Cancelled

Ticket on sale for Maxwell November 7th - Previously scheduled for Saturday, September 20th has been rescheduled – new on sale date is: Saturday, September 27th at 10am

House of Blues

• Ticket on-sale for Jay Z – Previously scheduled for Friday September 19thth has been postponed – new on-sale date TBA



Scheduled for Wednesday, September 17th – Cancelled

More to come, no doubt, though I'm starting to wonder how many shows are left... - Chris Gray

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