Alan Jackson Fails A COVID-19 Test And Cancels A Concert In Kansas City
Alan Jackson cancelled his performance in Kansas City on Saturday night (August 27) after testing positive for COVID-19.
According to the T-Mobile Center, Jackson expressed regret for missing the show. I despise disappointing my fans more than anything else.
According to a Jackson representative, the country singer has contracted the COVID-19 virus, cancelling their upcoming concert.
According to the T-Mobile Center, the concert will be rescheduled, and all previously purchased tickets will be valid for the new date.
His “Last Call: One More for the Road” tour, which began in June and will end in early October and included this concert, is currently in full swing. As of this writing, only the date of August 27 has been pushed back. Jackson’s next performance is scheduled for September 9 in Lexington, Kentucky.
It is Jackson’s first tour since revealing last fall that he was suffering from Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, a degenerative nerve condition that affects the peripheral nervous system and can cause balance issues. Every concert ticket sold would net the Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease Research Foundation $1.
Jackson revealed last year that he has “this neuropathy and neurological disease” before releasing his 21-song album Where Have You Gone? in 2021. “…I learned it from my father… There is no end in sight, and this has been a problem for years. My gaffes on stage are not lost on me. Even in front of the camera, I’m having trouble staying balanced, and I’m generally uneasy. I’m not going to give in and die. Nobody would die as a result of this.”
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