The coronavirus threat has also forced Old Dominion to pull out of the C2C: Country To Country Festival in Europe later this month.
The 28th annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival, initially set for March 24-28 in Nashville, has been forced to reschedule due to the devastating tornadoes that hit the city earlier this week, as well as the impending threat of coronavirus.
“After heavy consideration, in light of the tornado this week as well as growing health concerns over the Coronavirus, we have decided to reschedule Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival to later this year, in the summer,” said NSAI executive director Bart Herbison in a statement.
“We feel this is the responsible decision, and it is supported by Tin Pan venues and sponsors involved in the festival. We want to thank everyone who had planned to participate in or attend the festival, and appreciate the support in rescheduling it.”