Jenny Lewis has canceled a handful of her upcoming US tour dates due to the “current COVID situation”.
Lewis planned to do a series of nine concerts in the United States next September, as he had already announced in May.
Lewis’ representatives posted today (August 13) on Twitter that the decision was made “out of an abundance of caution” due to the ongoing pandemic, and said he would not be operating “anywhere closed for the rest of the year. ”
The thread went on to say that all of Lewis’ festival appearances would go ahead as scheduled, including those at Xponential, Sound On Sound, and Wildwood Revival. A list of Lewis’ upcoming tour dates – including canceled shows – can be found below.
The artist’s last full-length work came in the form of 2019’s ‘On The Line’, her fourth solo EP since leaving Rilo Kiley. In the three years since, Lewis has released a handful of singles, including ‘Vroom Vroom’, ‘Unblu’, ‘Idiot’ and ‘GLTR’.
Lewis’ latest single was ‘Puppy And A Truck’ last November, which he then performed live on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Jenny Lewis’ canceled US tour dates
Saturday 17 – Richmond, The Broadberry (cancelled)
Sunday 18 – Camden, Xponential Festival
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Tuesday 20 – Stroudsburg, Sherman Theater (cancelled)
Friday 23 – Asbury, The Stone Pony (cancelled)
Saturday 24 – Bridgeport, Sound On Sound
Sunday 25 – Baltimore Rams Head Live! (cancelled )
Tuesday 27 – Saxaphaw, Haw River Ballroom (cancelled)
Wednesday 28 – Asheville, The Orange Peel (cancelled)
Friday the 30th – Arnoldsville, Wildwood Revival