Alan Jackson has postponed his show in Omaha, Nebraska for the second time due to health issues.
He was set to perform at the CHI Health Center on Saturday, but a press release notes that Jackson “has been dealing with several days of severe spring allergies that have triggered an upper respiratory infection.” Rather than disappoint fans, the country star decided to reschedule in order to ensure he gives nothing less than “a 100% performance.”
Originally, the gig was supposed to take place in 2018, but Jackson had to postpone after his son-in-law was killed in an accident. The show has been moved to September 13 and all tickets will be honored at the new show date. Refunds will be available at point of purchase.
The Grammy award-winning artist released Angels And Alcohol in 2015, which included singles “Jim and Jack and Hank” and “The One You’re Waiting On,” followed by compilation albums Genuine: The Alan Jackson Story and Precious Memories Collection. Jackson is best-known for tracks like “Chattahoochee,” “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere,” “Remember When,” and “I Don’t Need Your Rocking Chair,” as well as a slew of of No. 1 hit tracks.