Jason Isbell’s show at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion canceled because venue ‘wouldn’t comply’ with band’s health rules

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Country star John Isbell is canceling his show at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Wednesday because the venue “wouldn’t comply” with his health protocols.

According to a tweet posted by Isbell’s report label on Tuesday, Isbell and the 400 Unit band will not be performing because the venue “was not willing to comply with the band’s updated Health and Safety standards.”

The Grammy-Award-winning singer and his band have been requiring audiences to supply proof of vaccination or a damaging COVID-19 check.

“If the venue won’t allow that, we won’t play,” Isbell mentioned in a tweet posted on Monday.

Isbell is considered one of many artists requiring vaccinations and assessments.

Global Citizen introduced Tuesday {that a} 24-hour broadcast of performances throughout a number of networks and platforms will happen on six continents on September 25.

New York’s Central Park will host 60,000 followers who’ll dance to artists like Coldplay, Billie Eilish, Jennifer Lopez, Lizzo and Meek Mill, whereas Ed Sheeran, Doja Cat, H.E.R. and extra will be a part of the Peas and 20,000 attendees in Paris.

In order to attend, concertgoers should present both proof that they’re absolutely vaccinated or current a damaging PCR check inside 72 hours of the show’s begin, and each attendee should be masked no matter vaccination standing.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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