Doobie Brothers Reschedule Several Concerts Due to COVID-19

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June was moved to July in Indiana, Georgia and North Carolina.

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Clay Patrick McBride

The Doobie Brothers announced a series of rescheduled concert dates this weekend after members of their touring party tested positive for COVID-19.

June was moved to July in Indiana, Georgia and North Carolina. The new dates were posted Saturday, June 4.

” We want to apologize for our fans,” the band stated in a social media statement. “Several members from the Doobies touring group came down with Covid, and we couldn’t help but to reschedule these dates. We look forward to seeing all of you .”

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The concerts are part of the Doobie Brothers’ North American tour celebrating their 50th anniversary. The trek features Tom Johnston, Pat Simmons, and John McFee who reunite with Michael McDonald.

See the rescheduled tour dates below and the group’s full list of current tour dates here.

Visit https://t.co/vb3gpZjDcT for a complete list of upcoming tour dates. pic.twitter.com/3TK993utUS

— The Doobie Brothers (@TheDoobieBros) June 4, 2022



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