Kane Brown abruptly canceled his Saturday (Sept. 25) evening concert in The Magnolia State due to some unforeseen issues.
The country superstar and “One Mississippi” singer was set to perform in Tupelo, Mississippi, when the venue was forced to cancel the show due to “unforeseen maintenance issues.”
The unfortunate news was announced just hours before showtime by the country hitmaker on Instagram, where he shared a screenshot of the venue’s tweet, which read “due to unforeseen maintenance issues, we are unable to hold the Kane Brown concert tonight. We are so sorry for the inconvenience. Please hold on to your tickets, and we will be in touch soon.”
Due to unforeseen maintenance issues, we are unable to hold the Kane Brown concert tonight. We are so sorry for the inconvenience. Please hold on to your tickets, and we will be in touch soon.
— BancorpSouth Arena & Conference Center (@BCSARENA) September 26, 2021
Brown apologized to fans, who were anxiously awaiting this show for over a year, within his Instagram caption.
“Tupelo Mississippi I’m sorry guys were all here waiting to do the show and then got hit with this,” Brown captioned his post on social media. “I’m so sorry, I know y’all have had y’alls tickets for forever and when we get to play this happens.”
Russell Dickerson and Restless Road were also slated to appear on the bill.
The concert, which was originally slated to take place on August 8, 2020, and was postponed due to the ongoing global health crisis, was forced to be postponed for a second time, due to maintenance issues at the venue.
While the venue, nor Brown, have given any additional details on the situation or announced a rescheduled date. It seems the venue is working hard to reschedule the highly-anticipated concert, as they told fans, “hold on to your tickets, and we will be in touch soon.”