Country group Lady Antebellum will no longer hold a show in Saginaw, Michigan this summer.

The gig, which was slated to take place at Ojibway Island on July 12 with support from Drake White, has been cancelled. Ken Shelton of Ken Shelton Productions, who partnered with Alpha Media Radio 94.5 to book the acts at Ojibway, said in a statement that “the decision was made to call the show off.” He did not provide any further details but noted that “hopefully we can get something going in the future” on Ojibway Island. ¬†Ticket holders will receive refunds from

The Grammy Award-winning group, best-known for the smash-hit “Need You Now,” just released the single “What If I Never Got Over You” this past May. The new track follows 2017’s Heart Break, which included tracks “You Look Good” and “Somebody Else’s Heart.”

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This summer, they are set to perform at a handful of venues like Connecticut’s Mohegan Sun Arena, the Turning Stone Resort Casino in New York, and Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in North Carolina. They’re also slated to appear at the Ravinia Festival in Illinois and Musikfest in Pennsylvania before beginning their Las Vegas residency at the Pearl Concert Theater in August.

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