Following a string of cancellations from Morgan Wallen, the country music star has announced rescheduled dates for everywhere except Oxford.
The “Whiskey Glasses” singer left thousands of fans at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium high and dry Sunday night, revealing just six minutes before the show that he would not be taking the stage due to losing his voice.
On Monday night, Wallen went to social media to inform fans that the rest of his April shows would have to be postponed due to “doctor-ordered vocal rest,” adding new dates for concerts in Michigan, Illinois, and Nebraska.
“Y’all know how important my fans are to me, so I feel horrible out this news,” Wallen wrote on Instagram. “There’s nothing more I want to do than be on stage playing for you guys. But as of today, I’m on doctor-ordered vocal rest, and we have to reschedule this week’s shows.”
While the canceled show in Oxford has not been rescheduled and it’s unclear at this time if there is even the possibility of a new date, Wallen has been subject of fury amongst his fanbase in Mississippi.
On Tuesday morning, another lawsuit was drafted against Wallen after one was voluntarily dismissed. The class action suit, brought forth by Langston and Lott, PLLC, will seek to recoup millions in expenses paid by fans to attend the canceled Oxford show.
“We plan to re-file the class action lawsuit with a new plaintiff in the coming days,” a portion of a Facebook post from the law firm reads. “Tens of thousands of people collectively spent millions to attend this event, and those affected are entitled to know the truth and to be made whole.”
Refunds have been made available at the point of purchase for attendees at Sunday night’s show. Wallen, who kicked off his “One Night At A Time” tour last month, is currently the No. 1 country singer in the world.