Well, they say same some things are worth waiting for.  And, Chris Stapleton fans here in Kentucky are going to have to wait yet another year to see his Concert for Kentucky: An Outlaw State of Kind Benefit at Kroger Field. The country music superstar announced yesterday on Twitter that he is again postponing several upcoming dates, including the one set for Lexington, Kentucky.

Remember, this benefit concert was originally scheduled for April 25th of 2020.  Because of COVID-19, the concert was then delayed a year and rescheduled for Saturday, April 24th, 2021.  As you know, the COVID-19 pandemic continues, so Chris Stapleton is again postponing this concert as well as the first few dates of the All-American Road Show.  That delay?  Another year.  The new date for Lexington is now set for April 23rd, 2022.

But there are a couple of pieces of good news to share as well. All original tickets will be honored.  If you're unable to attend the new Kroger Field date, you can seek a refund from the original point of purchase.

The other good news?  The original support acts, Willie Nelson and Sheryl Crow, have confirmed their availability for the new date!

If you would like more information about Chris Stapleton's Concert for Kentucky: An Outlaw State of Kind Benefit or get tickets for the show, CLICK HERE! There are plenty of excellent seats available at all price points, including PIT tickets right in front of the stage. Those start at $258 a piece (plus taxes and fees).

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