Three Top Shows That Are (Likely) Postponed as Safety is of the Utmost Importance Admist COVID-19
Amidst concerns over COVID-19, we recommend that everyone use caution when it comes to the safety and health of themselves and the Charlotte community. It is likely that many of the March concerts will be canceled or postponed, either by the artists or the venues. Regardless, we at Charlotte Concert Guide will continue to use our platform to promote the musicians that perform (or would have performed) in the Queen City. Below are a couple of names we were excited to see in the next 7 days:
COIN → Originally March 15th, POSTPONED TO JUNE 3RD AT FILLMORE
This band started in Nashville in 2012 and has been making great music ever since. They are described as American indie pop and provide both a familiar and unique sound, with MGMT as the most similar comparison that comes to mind. They have decided to exercise caution and postpone their Dreamland Tour, but they have already announced that they will be coming to The Fillmore on June 3rd. We’re sad to miss them in March, but we can’t wait to see them in the summer!
Michael Bublé → Originally March 18th, POSTPONED (NEW DATE IS TBA)
On behalf of all the Michael Bublé fans out there, we are happy that he is prioritizing the health of his audience and himself, although it is certainly bittersweet that the talented vocalist is postponing his tour. His Twitter page currently has the following pinned tweet – “Michael’s run of US tour dates beginning March 17th through April 5th have been postponed, with new dates in the same markets to be announced shortly. Tickets will be honored for the rescheduled shows.” We’ll be sure to announce any updates when Bublé’s team announces a new concert date in Charlotte!
Blue October → March 19th @ The Fillmore
As of publishing, Blue October is still scheduled to play at the Fillmore on March 19th. The Fillmore has already canceled shows on the 13th and 14th, so we will keep you all posted if we see any further postponements or cancellations. This Houston-based alternative rock band plays with an incredible energy on every stage they perform, and we’re excited for them to rock The Fillmore whether it happens as scheduled or is postponed until a later date. Alternative-rock music fans are sure to pay close attention to this show as the original date has likely been marked on calendars for a couple months now.
During these uncertain times, it is absolutely vital that all necessary measures are taken to ensure the safety of everyone around the globe. We will continue to bring you updates and great music as we all make it through this time together.