After postponements due to COVID and a hip injury, the Country legend has decided to officially move on from fall concert dates.

It has been a series of false starts for the CMT Next Women of Country Tour stop at the Egg ever since the initial tour date of May 22nd, 2020 was announced back in late 2019. But after date moves due to COVID and the most recent postponement to November 7th due to hip surgery: Tucker is officially moving on and canceling her fall tour dates,

Tucker said in a statement:

"Hey y'all. With my dan hip still healing slowly but surely, and my increasing concerns with COVID-19, I've made the decision to cancel all 2021 dates. It pains me to do this. But I must keep my fans, band, and crew safe. I love my team, and most of all, I love you, the fans. We'll be back in 2022 ready to kick some ass. All my love, Tanya."

This is certainly a bummer for fans of the Country legend, as the tour was part of a revival of sorts for Tucker after she won the 2019 Best Country Album Grammy Award for "While I'm Livin."

Country newcomers Walker County we also scheduled to be a part of this show at the Egg. If you purchased tickets to this show, refunds can be obtained at your point of purchase.

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