John Legend Postpones ‘Bigger Love Tour’ to 2021, Reveals New Dates

Published: Thursday 2nd Jul 2020 by Ryan

John Legend‘s ‘Bigger Love Tour’ is officially moving to 2021.

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‘The Voice’ coach is the latest music superstar to postpone his concert until 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Legend originally planned to hit the road in August (as we reported here), and conclude the tour in September.

Taking to Instagram today, the ‘Never Break’ singer announced the rescheduled dates for his ‘Bigger Love Tour.’

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We all need to take care of each other right now, so we are postponing the Bigger Love Tour to 2021 in light of COVID-19. While I’m disappointed I won’t be able to play these new songs for you this year, I am happy to share that dates have already been rescheduled! All tickets will be honored for the new dates. If you can’t make the new show, reach out to where you bought your ticket for refund options. Tickets for 2021 are on sale now on johnlegend.com.

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As seen in the announcement above, the refreshed run of shows begins in Dallas before  eventually concluding in Tuscan.

In the meantime, Legend will appear on season 19 of ‘The Voice’ alongside Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Kelly Clarkson.

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  1. marilyn monh-O-E July 2, 2020

    Bigger flop…. the tour will end up cancelled

  2. Re July 2, 2020

    CANT GET INTO HIM PERIOD.

  3. Blaine+Kelley July 2, 2020

    The most surprising thing in this article is to see that the upcoming season of the voice is only going to have one person of color as a judge…I’ve never watched the show but I would imagine that with everything going on in the world that they’d maybe use the opportunity to not be so damn white…

  4. Blaine Kelley July 2, 2020

    The most surprising thing in this article is to see that the upcoming season of the voice is only going to have one person of color as a judge…I’ve never watched the show but I would imagine that with everything going on in the world that they’d maybe use the opportunity to not be so damn white…

  5. Tori July 2, 2020

    A virtual tour is a thing and people are actually willing to pay for for it. Its almost like a private screening but I guess some artist aren’t interested. Not sure he could pull it off anyway.

    • Drinkmybussyjuice July 2, 2020

      They are?? Who? Part of the fun of going to a concert is being there and the energy. If i wanted a virtual concert. I would go to youtube. Def not paying to watch a”birtual concert”

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