Brooks & Dunn Forced to Reschedule Concert Dates Due to Vocal Rest
Brooks & Dunn, the country music duo who is set to split up soon, have announced they are postponing and rescheduling several “The Last Rodeo Tour” dates due to the illness of Ronnie Dunn.
According to the official Brooks & Dunn website, Dunn’s doctor has recommended that Dunn go on a three week vocal rest.
Via text message Dunn said he was following doctors orders and shutting down so he could get well and come back asap.
A majority of the dates remaining on the tour have been shuffled. However, tour stops set for Milwaukee, WI on June 29 and for Fort Loramie, Ohio on July 8 are not being rescheduled.
Tickets will all be honored with the new dates. Livenation.com will make remaining tickets available for sale.
Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn are ending their musical partnership of two decades after wrapping up “The Last Rodeo Tour.” Their last show at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville has been pushed from August 10 to September 2.
Brooks & Dunn are partnering with Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum by providing VIP tickets for their final sold-out concert to benefit the museum.
VIP packages cost $750 and $300. Some of the benefits include floor seats, autographed items and merchandise.
In addition, for those becoming “Friends of the Museum” with a $250 donation will get one final concert ticket, as well as other museum membership benefits. Those joining with a donation of $500 will be receiving two tickets.
Additional VIP package information can be found at www.countrymusichalloffame.com.
On May 28, Brooks & Dunn were in Tulsa at the BOK Center as part of the “Last Rodeo Tour.”