Country star Kacey Musgraves was forced to postpone her show in Chicago, Illinois tonight due to the dangerous, freezing weather in the city.
The show was set to take place at the Chicago Theatre with special guest Liza Anne. However, the weather conditions in Chicago are nearly unbearable; as of this morning, Mt. Caroll, Illinois had a low of -38 degrees, which can potentially be deemed the coldest temperature in the state’s history. Currently, Chicago’s temperature is hovering around -1 degrees, which equates to a feeling of around -13 degrees.
Now, the show is postponed until March 25. Tickets will be honored at the new show date, and refunds are available at point of purchase.
“I’m SO sorry,” Musgraves wrote in light of the cancellation. “Safety is absolutely the most important. Love ya’ll. Hope you can come party with me on March 25. STAY WARM!”
Musgraves is currently on her headlining “Oh, What A Wonderful World Tour,” which kicked-off earlier this month. She is set to play Madison, Wisconsin tomorrow night, followed by shows in cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, Dallas, and Austin. The trek will wrap-up in Birmingham, Alabama late March. Throughout the run, she’ll be joined by artists Natalie Prass, Soccer Mommy, Liza Anne, and Sinclair, varying per date.
Golden Hour, Musgrave’s third studio album, dropped last year and features tracks “High Horse,” “Slow Burn,” and “Lonely Weekend.” She has been nominated for a handful of Grammy awards, including Album of the Year, Best Country Album, Best Country Solo Performance for “Butterflies,” and Best Country Song for “Space Cowboy.”