It looks like Rascal Flatts won't be hitting the road one last time after all. The country stars announced Tuesday (May 19th) that they have cancelled their Farewell Tour due to the pandemic.

The tour was set to take them across the country this summer and into early fall, including a stop in Minnesota. They were set to take the stage at Treasure Island Amphitheater on Friday, July 31st.

If you purchased tickets to the show, your money will automatically be refunded to your account.

Rascal Flatts shared news of the cancellation on their social media pages, writing that they had everyone's safety in mind when making this decision. What makes this news even more disappointing is the fact that it was their last tour together and a chance to say goodbye to the group, as they announced in January that they would be retiring.

At the time, they said there was no sadness or animosity between them. Instead, they cited "new chapters, new journeys and new beginnings" as the reason for them wrapping up their time together.

The supergroup has had an amazing career through the years and my fingers are crossed that this isn't actually the end and that we will indeed see them on the road again in the future!

This cancellation is one of many that has come in over the past few weeks. Most recently, Reba McEntire postponed her entire arena tour to the new year, including her show scheduled for this summer at the Xcel Energy Center.

To keep up with all the postponed tour dates amid COVID-19, visit our concert calendar here.

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