Grammy Award-winning country star Casey Musgraves will be on the headlines of the Denver Arena on February 16, 2022, as part of her 15-day North American tour, joining her schedule in early 2022 The schedule is full of performances that have been postponed in the venue.
The promoter AEG Presents announced today that Musgraves’ “Star Crossed: Unveiled” is the “limited” tour behind the new album “Star-Crossed” and will be released on September 21. Tickets will go on sale at 10 am on Thursday, September 21st. 9. In kaceymusgraves.com/tour.
Fans can register for Early Access at the following URL starcrossedunveiled.com, AEG Presents officials said in a press statement. American Express cardholders can also purchase tickets in public from Thursday, September 2 at 10 a.m. to Wednesday, September 8.
At the time of writing, prices are not yet available.
Musgraves’ performances are part of the busy schedule to be held at the Ball Arena in early 2022 and include several performances that will be postponed for up to two years. The big concerts of those months-mostly in February and March-included Bad Bunny, Wicken, Celine Dion, Billie Allish, Justin Bieber, John May Er, creator Taylor and Deftones.
Previously, other major artists such as BTS, Garth Brooks, Nine Inch Nails and Stevie Nicks have cancelled or postponed dozens of tours. Similar concerns about the rise in COVID-19 delta variant cases — or in some cases, positive tests for band and tour members — have caused the Florida-Georgia line, the String Cheese Incident in Colorado, Neil Young , Pokemon, Counting Crow, Cohen and others cancel individual shows or programs.
Promoters and touring artists have responded more and more. They set rules, including providing a vaccination certificate or COVID-19 negative test within at least 48 to 72 hours of the performance, while some artists have set stricter rules for their performances .
The live music stage has recently become a battleground for cultural wars surrounding vaccination and COVID-19 rules. Live Nation has not yet required artists to be fully vaccinated, Los Angeles Times reportThis is a potential problem, because artists like Van Morrison who openly opposed the vaccine requirement held a Live Nation scheduled rental event at the Hollywood Bowl on October 2nd, and Eric, who started his US tour in September Clapton said he would cancel the show at any venue that requires a vaccination certificate, according to a report in The Times.
Despite the postponement concerns and parades, major national tours are still announcing new Denver performances (such as Musgraves), while adding strict admission requirements, such as Phish (Business City is coming to Labor Day) and Dead & Co . (A concert will be held at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre in Greenwood Village from October 22nd to 23rd). Both are outdoors.
More than 6 music festivals, such as The UMS (which ends on August 29), are rapidly advancing before the live music in the fall and winter enters the room.
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