Drive-By Truckers Postpone HeAthen’s Homecoming Residency Due To COVID-19

Drive-By Truckers rescheduled their upcoming four-night HeAthen’s Homecoming residency at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, Georgia to April 6 – 9 due to the rise of COVID-19 cases sparked by the Omicron variant. The shows were originally slated for January 12 – 15.

“With heavy hearts and some really pissed off feelings, we’re looking at the numbers out of Georgia and the rest of the USA and just can’t proceed with our plan to have Homecoming in two weeks,” wrote the band in an announcement on their social feeds. Tickets for the original dates will be honored on the new dates. Refunds are available at the point of purchase for those who cannot attend the rescheduled performances.

“It is our sincere hope these new dates will work for everyone, and we will resume our plans to Rock and Roll on a worldwide scale in 2022,” added DBT. HeAthen’s Homecoming is an annual run held in the group’s hometown of Athens that includes fundraisers for Nuçi’s Space, a non-profit health and music resource center in the city.

Find the full note from Drive-By Truckers below:

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