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Country star Dwight Yoakam postpones El Paso concert due to coronavirus

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Country music star Dwight Yoakam.

EL PASO, Texas -- Country music legend Dwight Yoakam announced he's postponing his Saturday night concert in El Paso at the Abraham Chavez Theatre due to coronavirus.

Tickets purchased for the show will be honored at the rescheduled date, which has yet to be set.

"The priority at this time has to be the health and well-being of the fans, the venue’s staffs, and the band and crew who tour with me," Yoakam said in a statement. "I regret not being able to perform the shows, but that is obviously of minor concern to all of us right now. My thoughts and prayers go out to everyone being affected by this pandemic."

Yoakam posted his entire statement on twitter, which you can read below.

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4 Comments

    1. Yes jump up and down and sing “Happy Happy Joy Joy” sarcastic moron. BTW – Dwight has been to El Paso a few times before in the past in bigger venues. Canceling El Paso is no big deal.

    1. Up psycho ranting usual? Shut up and go bed to bed moron. Insomnia much Alberto? Voices in your big fat head keeping you up? Bad meth trip? TDS too much? Yes orange man bad in your rabid delusional mind.

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