We received the unfortunate news today that Parker McCollum will no longer be able to perform at our 3rd annual Holiday Hangover Show on Tuesday night at Acadiana Center for the Arts.

You may have seen his posts yesterday regarding his full band shows this weekend in Jacksonville, Orlando and Augusta, Georgia having to be postponed due to Covid cases on his team.

We got the call today from Parker's management stating that due to these illnesses within his camp, Parker would be quarantining for the next several days. And that, sadly, makes him unavailable for the Holiday Hangover Show on Tuesday, January 18.

There is still some good news. The show is scheduled as planned and we'll all get to enjoy more music from Dylan Scott and Priscilla Block. Plus, local favorites Clay Cormier, Rory Suire and Mike Dean will still be opening the show.

But wait, there's more. Parker has promised to make it up to you guys by returning later this spring. While we don't have all the details hammered out yet, the tentative date is Thursday, March 10th at venue to be determined.

If you have tickets for the Holiday Hangover Show, hold on to them, because whenever Parker comes back to town, you will be guaranteed a free ticket to that show as well. (We figured it's only fair, right?)

And of course we still have a few more tickets to give away between now and Tuesday for the Holiday Hangover Show, so keep listening to get the hook up.

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