Nashville Symphony Show Postponed
We are very sorry to announce that, due to laryngitis, Brandi Carlile has been forced to postpone her appearance with the Nashville Symphony tomorrow evening, April 22.
This concert has been rescheduled for 8 p.m. Saturday, July 5. If you would like to attend this performance, you may use the tickets you already have, simply come to the concert, show your ticket to the usher and you’ll enjoy the seats you’ve already purchased.
If you are unable to attend this rescheduled performance, you may exchange your tickets for any upcoming Nashville Symphony concert between now and July 31. Please email email@example.com or call the Schermerhorn Symphony Center box office at 615.687.6400 for assistance.
We sincerely apologize for the last-minute rescheduling, and we look forward to seeing you on July 5!
The Nashville Symphony
To my friends in Nashville (The Mother Ship),
When I was 8 years old, I had tickets to a concert by one of my favorite country singers (I’ll keep their name a secret), concerts were my life at that point and I was completely in love with performances of all kinds.
Of course, there was a bad hair cut involved (probably a perm knowing my mother) a new outfit picked out and the whole day taken off school.
When I woke up on the greatly anticipated day of the show the singer had canceled due to illness…
I was obviously destroyed! My life was actually over… and from that point on if I had tickets to a concert I’d wake up repeatedly in the night from dreams that the show had been canceled. Concert anxiety is a real thing for eccentric little kids!
I just wanted to tell you that I never ever take canceling or postponing a concert lightly. It’s such a hard thing for me to admit that I have to do.
This is the worst timing for laryngitis and I’ve been trying to convince myself since Edmonton that it was allergies, bad luck.
Good news is that it’s just a virus and I’ll be back at it in a week or so.
We’re rescheduling today, the show will happen and be much better for it.
Just wanted to personally apologize to the fans and to the symphony for my bad timing and bad luck.
Lots of love,