Country music singer-songwriter Brantley Gilbert has canceled his Thursday, July 29th show at the Pacific Amphitheater in Costa Mesa.
The “Bottoms Up” and “One Hell of an Amen” singer announced Wednesday morning that the show would not go as planned due to illness, but did not provide further details.
“Due to illness, Brantley Gilbert will no longer perform at the Pacific Amphitheater this Thursday, July 29,” Gilbert’s team said in a statement posted on the venue’s social media pages. “Please contact the site with any ticketing-related questions. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to see you back on the road soon!”
** update on the Brantley Gilbert concert. He announced that due to illness he could not perform at his concert scheduled for July 29 at the Pacific Amphitheater.
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Fans who purchased tickets for the OC Fair concert through Ticketmaster will be automatically reimbursed. Those who purchased tickets in person at the OC Fair box office at the Pacific Amphitheater can contact [email protected] for a refund.
This is the second show to roll off the theatrical schedule this season, as The Who’s Roger Daltrey was also forced to cancel his August 29 appearance due to travel restrictions put in place in response to the pandemic of COVID-19. The Pacific Amphitheater officially reopened on July 24-25 when it hosted the annual OC Brew Hee Haw craft beer gathering, which featured a trio of tributes on its stage.