Sugarland has canceled their There Goes The Neighborhood Tour, which was slated to kick off June 4 in Toronto, Canada, and run through Aug. 1.
“We held out as long as we possibly could and so badly wanted to make this work for y’all,” Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush wrote in a note on Instagram. “Unfortunately, there’s still just too much uncertainty in the world.”
On a positive note, the duo also said they have new music coming soon. The duo recently released the EP Bigger, Louder, Live, via Big Machine Records.
We have good & bad news. The good news? New music is coming soon! Keep your eyes peeled & ears open!
The bad news? Our #ThereGoesTheNeighborhoodTour will no longer take place. Ticket holders will be emailed directly w/ refund options. Visit https://t.co/I6rpwOjRJ2 for more info. pic.twitter.com/1DGhFRGCA5
— Sugarland (@Sugarlandmusic) May 20, 2020
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