Morgan Wallen announced he would be postponing weeks of upcoming concerts on Tuesday afternoon, informing fans that he was told by doctors that he needed to go on a prolonged vocal rest. The rest will impact at least six weeks of shows on Wallen’s tour, which would impact shows through June 20.

“This is just the choice I had to make,” Wallen informed fans in a video posted to social media Tuesday afternoon. “I hate it, but I love you guys.”

Wallen’s reported vocal troubles first surfaced in late April, when he cancelled a performance in Mississippi just minutes before he was due to take the stage. It was rumored at the time that he had been unable to perform after partying extensively following the previous night’s show in Oxford, home to the University of Mississippi, but his team refuted those rumors and three shows were postponed as doctors reportedly put him on a short vocal rest to recover.

He performed three shows in Florida last weekend, but says that he aggravated the vocal injury during the last show, leading his doctors to tell him he needed to be on a longer rest to recover fully or risk more permanent damage.

“They told me if I do this the right way, I’ll get back to 100 percent. They also said if I don’t listen and I keep singing, then I’ll permanently damage my voice,” he says.

Wallen’s One Night at a Time tour has been underway since mid-March and stretches through to the end of the year if you include planned dates in Europe. If it is indeed off for six weeks, that would impact another 14 shows, including two nights each at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, Truist Park in Atlanta, Veterans United Home Loans Amp in Virginia Beach, and PNC Park in Pittsburgh.

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Currently, there are messages on the ticket sales pages for shows through June 17 indicating that the shows have been postponed. The next concert on his calendar that does not currently show as postponed is a June 22 concert at Wrigley Field in Chicago.

Fans who have tickets to the postponed concerts have been ensured that the tickets will be good for the rescheduled dates once those are announced. They can also contact their point of purchase to determine if they are eligible for a refund.

The current schedule of Morgan Wallen tour dates is included below:

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Morgan Wallen Tour Dates – One Night at a Time World Tour

Oxford, Miss. | Vaught-Hemingway Stadium* (POSTPONED – TBD)
May 18 — Hershey, Pa. | Hersheypark Stadium (POSTPONED – TBD)
May 19 — East Rutherford, N.J. | MetLife Stadium (POSTPONED – TBD)
May 20 — East Rutherford, N.J. | MetLife Stadium (POSTPONED – TBD)
May 24 — Austin, Texas | Moody Center (POSTPONED – TBD)
May 26 — Houston, Texas | Minute Maid Park (POSTPONED – TBD)
June 1 — Atlanta, Ga. | Truist Park (POSTPONED – TBD)
June 2 — Atlanta, Ga. | Truist Park (POSTPONED – TBD)
June 3 — Panama City Beach, Fla. | Gulf Cost Jam
June 9 — Virginia Beach, Va. | Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach (POSTPONED – TBD)
June 10 — Myrtle Beach, S.C. | Carolina Country Music Fest
June 14 — Pittsburgh, Pa. | PNC Park (POSTPONED – TBD)
June 15 — Pittsburgh, Pa. | PNC Park (POSTPONED – TBD)
June 17 — Philadelphia, Pa. | Citizens Bank Park (POSTPONED – TBD)
June 22 — Chicago, Il. | Wrigley Field
June 23 — Chicago, Il. | Wrigley Field
June 27 — Grand Rapids, Mich. | Van Andel Arena (Rescheduled from April 27)
June 29 — Detroit, Mich. | Ford Field
June 30 — Detroit, Mich. | Ford Field
July 6 — St. Louis, Mo. | Busch Stadium
July 7 — St. Louis, Mo. | Busch Stadium
July 14 — San Diego, Calif. | Petco Park
July 15 — San Diego, Calif. | Petco Park
July 19 — Phoenix, Ariz. | Chase Field
July 20 — Phoenix, Ariz. | Chase Field
July 22 — Los Angeles, Calif. | SoFi Stadium
Aug. 3 — Detroit Lakes, Minn. | WE Fest
Aug. 5 — Camrose, Alb. Canada | Big Valley Jamboree
Aug. 11 — Columbus, Ohio | Ohio Stadium
Aug. 12 — Columbus, Ohio | Ohio Stadium
Aug. 16 — Boston, Mass. | Fenway Park
Aug. 17 — Boston, Mass. | Fenway Park
Aug. 18 — Boston, Mass. | Fenway Park
Sept. 2 — Washington, D.C. | Nationals Park
September 8 — Moline, Ill. | Vibrant Arena (Rescheduled from April 28)
September 9  — Lincoln, Neb. | Pinnacle Bank Arena (Rescheduled from April 29)
Sept. 14 — Toronto, Ont. Canada | Budweiser Stage
Sept. 15 — Toronto, Ont. Canada | Budweiser Stage
Sept. 16 — Toronto, Ont. Canada | Budweiser Stage
Sept. 18 — London, Ont. Canada | Budweiser Gardens
Sept. 21 — Ottawa, Ont. Canada | Canadian Tire Centre
Sept. 22 — Quebec City, Quebec, Canada | Videotron Centre
Sept. 23 — Montreal, Quebec, Canada | Bell Centre
Sept. 28 — Winnipeg, Mant. Canada | Canada Lie Centre
Sept. 29 — Saskatoon, Sask. Canada | SaksTel Centre
Sept. 30 — Calgary, Alb. Canada | Scotiabank Saddledome
Oct. 3 — Vancouver, B.C. Canada | Rogers Arena
Oct. 4 — Vancouver, B.C. Canada | Rogers Arena
Oct. 7 — Tacoma Wash. | Tacoma Dome
Dec. 3 — London, UK | The O2