Country Thunder Arizona in Florence, Arizona originally scheduled for April 08 -April 11, 2021 has been moved to October 14-October 17, 2021
Luke Combs, Eric Church, Morgan Wallen & Dustin Lynch confirmed as headliners.
Also appearing: Ashley McBryde, Chris Janson, HARDY, Mitchell Tenpenny, Travis Denning, Randy Rogers Band, Parker McCollum, Tenille Townes, Dallas Smith, Meghan Patrick, Parmalee, Chicks With Hits (featuring Terri Clark, Pam Tillis, Suzie Bogguss), Kameron Marlowe, Drew Parker, Austin Jenckes, Seaforth, Nolan Sotillo join the always-stellar supporting cast, with more to be announced!
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Country Thunder Florida in Kissimmee, Florida originally scheduled for March 19 -March 21, 2021 has been moved to September 10-September 12, 2021.
The event will feature headliners Eric Church, Morgan Wallen & Dierks Bentley
Also scheduled to appearing: Russell Dickerson, LANCO, HARDY, Lonestar, Sawyer Brown, Tenille Townes, Dallas Smith, Jon Langston, Jenny Tolman,Parker McCollum, Kameron Marlowe, and Nolan Sotillohead
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Summerfest in Milwaukee orginally scheduled for multiple weekends in June, has now been moved to September. They are working on scheduling entertainment for the new dates, but no details have been released.
From the organizers:
"Save The Dates
September 2 - 4, 9 - 11 and 16 - 18, 2021
Summerfest presented by American Family Insurance is moving from its original June 2021 dates to give health professionals more time to vaccinate the general public. We’re planning to bring the noise and double down on everything all of us have been missing for so long - beginning September 2nd.
While the progress made through the vaccine rollout is encouraging, we believe it is in the public’s best interest to hold the festival in September to give government leaders and healthcare organizations enough time to distribute the vaccine. We will continue to work diligently with civic officials and healthcare professionals as we prepare to welcome artists, fans, employees, vendors and sponsorship partners this summer. Our team is excited to get back to what we do best, as soon as possible.
We are also working to reschedule American Family Insurance Amphitheater concerts and will provide updated concert information within the coming weeks. "
For the second year in a row, Home Town Rising has been cancelled due to concerns over COVID. This even generally takes place in September in Lousiville, Kentucky.
From the Organizers.
"Hometown Rising fans!
We know you’ve all been anxiously awaiting an update from us, and we appreciate your patience in these trying times.
We regret to inform you that we will be taking 2021 off. With all the uncertainty in 2021, as a company we made the tough decision to focus on our long tenured U.S. festivals, which includes Louder Than Life.
As soon as we have more information we’ll share it with you. Thanks for your loyalty and patience, we long for the days when we can be reunited in our mutual love for music and bourbon."
nThe Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo announced today, February 3, that they are cancelling this event for 2021.
Usually held in March, the Event had been moved to May in hopes it could be held.
From the organizers:
"Today, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo announced the cancellation of the RODEOHOUSTON® competitions, concerts and entertainment, carnival, and other attractions and activities, which were recently rescheduled for May 4 – 23, 2021, due to the ongoing health situation.
While we were optimistic that moving our Rodeo to May would provide a better opportunity to host our annual community event that Rodeo fans have come to love and expect, unfortunately, it has become evident that the current health situation has not improved to the degree necessary to host our event,” said Chris Boleman, president and CEO of the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. “While this is an extremely heartbreaking decision for our Rodeo volunteers and the larger Rodeo community, we believe this decision is in the best interest of the health and well-being of our community.”
The Junior Livestock and Horse Show competitions will still be held in March, as private events, upholding the Rodeo’s mission of promoting agriculture and supporting Texas youth. The Junior Market Auctions and Champion Wine Auction will also still be held in May, also as private events. These events will follow all state and local health and safety guidelines.