Lettuce made the unfortunate announcement on Friday that the band’s September Bring Back The Love Tour dates have been put on hold. The Grammy-nominated act revealed in a social media post on Thursday that a member had tested positive for COVID-19.
“Despite all of our best efforts to stay safe during these times, one of our band members has tested positive for COVID-19,” the band wrote in a statement. “Therefore, we are in the unfortunate position to have to pull down the September leg of the tour while he recovers.”
The affected shows on the September leg of Lettuce’s 41-date Bring Back The Love Tour include a show tonight, September 10th, in Portland, ME as well as concerts in Mason, NH; Providence, RI; Memphis, TN; St. Louis, MO; and Grand Rapids, MI.
Lettuce was set to close out the September jaunt with a two-night run of shows with Tower Of Power in Huber Heights and Cincinnati, OH on the 21st and 22nd, respectively. Those shows will now take place on August 12th and 13th, 2022, respectively.
The band was also scheduled to perform on September 18th at Resonance Music & Arts Festival in Masontown, WV. Officials from Resonance have stated that a lineup announcement for Lettuce’s replacement will come shortly.
“We are working on new dates and updates for all of these shows,” the band continued. “Stay tuned on official Lettuce & local venue social media channels for further updates.”
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