Country’s Old Dominion had to postpone upcoming shows in Cedar Rapids, Windsor, and Ft. Wayne since frontman Matthew Ramsey has been facing some medical issues.
Windsor, Ontario’s February 14 show is pushed back to June 13, the Cedar Rapids Show on February 15 has been moved to March 31, and the Ft. Wayne, Indiana gig on February 16 was postponed to May 2. Although he did not specify what exactly is wrong, he said has been dealing with an injury recently that may require surgery to fix.
“Postponing concert dates was not the way I planned on starting 2019 but unfortunately the truth is that I’ve been playing with an injury for some time now (you may have noticed less pictures being posted of me flying through the air recently!)” he said in a statement. “Unfortunately, the only way I can get back to the old me is to fix some things surgically.
“I want to be able to put on the best show I possibly can for you all and, in order to do that, I’ve got to take care of myself. I thank you all in advance for understanding, and I look forward to making a full recovery so that we all rock together. See you soon!”
Old Dominion’s Make It Sweet Tour will still kick-off on January 18 in Rosemont, Illinois, followed by shows in Arizona, Oklahoma, North Carolina, Florida, Nebraska, and Nevada, among others. The tour will wrap up late September, and along the way, the band will hit a slew of festivals like the Washington County Fair in Oregon, Canada’s Dauphin Countryfest, and Virginia Beach’s Patriotic Festival.
The tour follows Old Dominion’s release of Make It Sweet, their third studio album, dropping this year. The LP will feature the title track, following 2017’s Happy Endings, as well as their 2015 debut Meat and Candy.
Check out the band’s full list of upcoming tour dates below.
Old Dominion ‘Make It Sweet Tour’ 2019
Jan. 18 — Chicago, Illinois @ Allstate Arena
Jan. 19 — Bloomington, IL @ Grossinger Motors Arena
Jan. 24 — Bemidji, MN @ Sanford Center
Jan. 25 — Brookings, SD @ Swiftel Center
Jan. 30 — Scottsdale, AZ @ Coors Light Birds Nest
Feb. 2 — Durant, OK @ Choctaw Grand Theater
Feb. 7 — Lowell, MA @ Tsongas Center
Feb. 8 — Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
Feb. 9 — Washington, DC @ The Anthem
Feb. 27 — Athens, GA @ Akins Ford Arena
Feb. 28 — Asheville, NC @ U.S. Cellular Center
March 1 — North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Coliseum
March 4 — Houston, TX @ Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
March 7 — Pensacola, FL @ Pensacola Bay Center
March 8 — Tallahassee, FL @ Donald L Tucker Center
March 28 — Madison, WI @ Alliant Energy Center
March 29 — St. Louis, MO @ Chaifetz Arena
March 30 — Omaha, NE @ CHI Health Center Omaha
March 30 — Cedar Rapids, IA @ U.S. Cellular Center
April 25 — Boise, ID @ CenturyLink Arena
April 26 — Reno, NV @ Reno Events Center
April 27 — San Jose, CA @ San Jose Events Center
May 2 — Ft. Wayne, IN @ Memorial Coliseum
June 13 — Windsor, ON @ Caesars Windsor
June 15 — Winstead, MN @ Winstock Country Music Festival
June 21 — Manhattan, KS @ Country Stampede
June 28 — Dauphin, Canada @ Dauphin’s Countryfest
July 10 — London, Canada @ Rock The Park Music Festival
July 12 — Rhinelander, WI @ Hodag Country Festival
July 27 — Hillsboro, OR @ Washington County Fair
Aug. 3 — Camrose, Canada @ Big Valley Jamboree
Aug. 4 — Merritt, Canada @ Rockin’ River Music Festival
Sep. 11 — Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Sep. 12 — Salt Lake City, UT @ Utah State Fairpark
Sep. 19 — Puyallup, WA @ Washington State Fair
Last Updated on January 11, 2019 by Olivia Perreault