CMA Country Music Festival postpones concerts because of the bad weather

CMA Country Music Festival postpones concerts because of the bad weather

Due to concerns about the weather, CMAFest outdoor concerts in Nashville, Tennessee, were postponed on Sunday.

Dierks Bentley, Tim McGraw, and Luke Bryan are scheduled to headline the Country Music Association’s popular weekend event.

The country music festival’s organizers tweeted, “Outdoor stages are temporarily suspended for weather.” Safely and calmly, immediately seek shelter.

They added, “Shelters: Music City Center & Garage, Bridgestone Arena, Hilton Hotel Garage, 222 Garage or nearest business. Stay tuned for updates through app notifications.”

The announcement that all outdoor stages would remain closed throughout the day came one hour later.

CMAFest tweeted on Sunday, “NWS is tracking inclement weather & all outdoor daytime stages will not reopen.” “Await further instructions before heading to Nissan Stadium, gates will be delayed.”

Jason Aldean, Little Big Town, Jon Pardi, Old Dominion, and Eric Church were the main acts on Saturday.

One fan wrote, “Feels like Eric Church all over again.” Another follower tweeted, “You guys are getting great at shutting things down early!”

Fans of country music were puzzled as to why Eric’s set on Saturday seemed to be cut short.

“What happened? @ericchurch walked off a short set from #CMAfest without as much as a thanks for coming,” one follower asked on Twitter.

“I’ve seen him so many times and that was so strange. There’s gotta be more to this story.”

The festival tweeted later that day, “Despite having to switch plans due to unforeseen circumstances,” We are optimistic that we will be able to put on a full show this evening as we continue to monitor inclement weather near #CMAfest.”

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