David Foster has announced the rescheduled dates for his U.S. tour, which will now resume in October 2020.
The Grammy-winning producer and entertainer had to delay the launch of the tour due to a medical procedure and then the rest of the dates were postponed because of the current health crisis facing the world.
“I’m happy to announce that my tour dates have been rescheduled and ticket on sales will be available soon. Let me know what city you are planning to attend and what song you want me to play,” David announced on Instagram on Friday (April 10).
The rescheduled dates kick off with eight shows in the northeast region in October. The dates then resume in January 2021.
David‘s wife Katharine McPhee was scheduled to perform with him at a majority of the original dates, but no word yet on whether she’ll be able to perform at the rescheduled shows.
Make sure to get David‘s new piano album Eleven Words when it is released next week!
See the tour dates below!
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