“I’m so sad to announce that I am unable to move forward with rescheduling my 2020 High Road Tour due to health and safety concerns,” the songstress wrote on Instagram on Friday (May 1). “This is heartbreaking, but the safety of my fans & crew is my number 1 priority. Because of the current situation, doing this tour in 2020 is no longer feasible. But that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate and express ourselves together in spirit and online. I will do my best to bring you all as much art and music as I can, as we get through this all together.”
She went on to note that all tickets will be refunded. “I truly can’t wait to get back on the road again and play songs from High Road for you,” she concluded. “Thank you for being here, and for your understanding. Please stay tuned for more info about new tour dates in 2021. I’m going to boogie with you SO hard next year. Stay well and stay strong, wishing all of you health! XOXO. at the end of a storm comes a rainbow.”
The tour in support of her recent album High Road was originally set to begin in Texas on April 23, and span all the way through June. See her announcement below.