Morgan Wallen announces rescheduled One Night a Time shows

Tickets will be valid for all new dates

Morgan Wallen has shared the rescheduled dates to the One Night at a Time Tour stops that were postponed earlier this week. Wallen reinjured his vocal cords following three shows last week and is now under mandatory vocal rest for six weeks.

Five stops, including Houston and both Atlanta and Pittsburgh dates, have been rescheduled for later this year. Hershey, PA; both East Rutherford, NJ concerts and both Virginia Beach, VA performances are rescheduled for May and June 2024. Austin and Philadelphia are pending new dates.

Tickets for the original dates will be honored for all rescheduled performances. A 30-day refund window will open at point of purchase.

Wallen is working to reschedule any missed festival appearances to 2024 with the rescheduled dates to be announced. Kenny Chesney is replacing Wallen as headliner at the 2023 Gulf Coast Jam and 2023 Carolina Country Music Fest.

“After taking ten days of vocal rest, I performed three shows last weekend in Florida and by the third one I felt terrible,” Wallen shares in a social media post on May 9th. “So I went in and got scoped yesterday, and they told me that I reinjured my vocal cords and that I have vocal fold trauma. Their advice is that I go on vocal rest for six weeks, so that’s what I’m going to do.”

Wallen’s “Last Night” sits at No. 1 this week notching his ninth No. 1 as he leads the Billboard Chart 100 for a fifth week. His new triple album, One Thing At A Time, remains at No. 1 on Billboard 200 for a ninth consecutive week.

Tonight (Thurs, May 11th), Wallen was named Male Artist of the Year at the 58th ACM Awards with host Garth Brooks graciously accepting the accolade on Wallen’s behalf. Wallen, who was not in attendance of the show in Texas, was nominated in four categories, including Entertainer of the Year, which went to Chris Stapleton.

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