Last week, we learned that Matthew Ramsey, frontman for Old Dominion, had been injured in an ATV crash.  He reportedly fractured his pelvis in three places.  Fortunately, the injuries were not life threatening, but they were enough to force him to put a hold on several shows.

At first, the band postponed the three shows that they had scheduled in the days immediately following the accident.

Now, we are getting word that they will be postponing more shows.  The latest round includes the show that had been scheduled for Bangor later on this month.

The band was scheduled to bring their No Bad Vibes tour to the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor on April 15th.  That show has been postponed.

The good news is that they have already set a new date for that stop on their tour.

According to a press release from the Messina Touring Group, that stop will now be on July 28th.

Tickets for the April 15th show will be honored for the July 28th date.  This goes for any tickets that you have won from our radio station.

If you purchased tickets and are unable to go to the show on the new date, you have 30 days to get a refund.

In a social media post, Ramsey said, in part:

Unfortunately, I’m not strong enough to make it up onto the bus yet, so we are going to have to push the Albany, NY; Reading, PA; and Bangor, ME, shows.  We will make it up to you. I’m so sorry.

We wish him the best and hope he makes a speedy recovery.

Get more details about all the shows at Cross Insurance Center HERE

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