George Strait's Minneapolis show has been postponed due to COVID-19.

The country star will now hit the stage at U.S. Bank Stadium on Saturday, July 31st of 2021. Special guests Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town are still scheduled to open the new date.

The original show was set for Saturday, August 22nd of this year. Fans will now have to wait about a year to see the show.

If you have tickets to the show, here's what you should know:

  • If you have tickets to the show, you are asked to hold on to them. They will be honored for the new show date.
  • If you have tickets but are unable to attend the show at the rescheduled date, you are eligible for a refund. Contact your point of purchase within the next thirty days to get your money back.

George Strait also rescheduled a show he had set for Notre Dame later this year. According to a statement, he is postponing the two shows because "he prioritizes fans' safety during the ongoing pandemic."

The country music legend announced the Minneapolis tour stop in January of this year. At the time, he announced Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town as openers. As mentioned, they will also open the show for a new date. More openers will also be announced and added to the show's lineup.

Many country stars planning a trip to the area have had to postpone or cancel shows. Dan + Shay postponed a show at the Target Center from April to August of this year. Jason Aldean cancelled a show, which was already postponed from March to August, that was scheduled for the Xcel Energy Center.

See you in 2021, George!

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