Gordon Lightfoot Postpones Warner Performance

Category:  BloggERy
Friday, March 20th, 2015 at 3:03 PM

Sad news for those of you looking forward to Gordon Lightfoot's performance tomorrow night: Bob Dylan's favorite songwriter has been forced to reschedule his performance due to an unexpected onset of health complications. Though unfortunate, this isn't the first postponement to hit Lightfoot's tour, as he was also forced to reschedule dates in both Akron, Ohio and Rockford, Ill. 

Fear not though, dear readers, the Warner Theater show has been rescheduled for May 23, and while this delay may be a real pain for some, it's well worth the wait to see Lightfoot take the stage at his best. 

Until then, we'll all hold tight and pray that Lightfoot makes a speedy recovery. In the meantime head over to our events calendar to find some alternative entertainment for your weekend.

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