Hardy announced the cancellation of upcoming shows via a statement released on Instagram yesterday (Oct. 3). The five-time ACM Award-winner canceled his stops in Simpsonville, South Carolina (Oct. 5) and Brandon, Mississippi (Oct. 7) as part of “The Mockingbird And The Crow Tour.” The Big Loud artist was also set to headline the Georgia Rodeo in Athens, Georgia on Oct. 6, which he has rescheduled.
Citing “serious anxiety” heightened in the wake of his tour bus crash from last fall, Hardy shared that he has suffered panic attacks that have landed him in the hospital.
“I need a moment to focus on me and to make myself better for my wife, family and you, the fans,” shares Hardy.
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Refunds for tickets both shows are available for fans. The Georgia Rodeo has been rescheduled for April 12, 2024, and purchased tickets will be valid for the new date.
Hardy aims to return to the road in good health by his show in Jonesboro, Arkansas on Oct. 12.
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