The Kent Stage Announces New Dates for Most March Concerts

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RONNIE BOOZE
  • Ronnie Booze
All March concerts at the Kent Stage will be rescheduled due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

Blues singer-guitarist Robert Cray [pictured] will now perform on Friday, June 5, bluesman Christone "Kingfish" Ingram will return on Thursday, June 18, and singer-songwriter John Waite will now play at the club on Friday, July 31.



Singer-guitarist Bob Mould was slated to perform at the club for the first time ever this month too. He cancelled his entire tour, and a new date is a forthcoming.

Tickets for the original shows will be honored for the new dates.



The club will also reschedule all April concerts; tickets for the rescheduled shows listed above will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday at thekentstage.com.

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