Strings Music Festival’s Graham Nash concert postponed due to COVID-19

On Monday, Oct. 17, the Strings Music Festival announced the postponement of its Graham Nash performance. The concert, originally set for Friday, Oct. 21, has not yet been rescheduled, though all tickets that were already purchased will be honored.

Nash’s body of work spans more than 60 years from The Hollies through Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, to his latest solo releases.

“We regret to inform you the Graham Nash performance is postponed due to a COVID-19 outbreak among the touring party,” the band said in a news release on Monday. “Graham will reschedule as soon as possible and looks forward to seeing all of his fans again when he’s back on the road. Please stay healthy and safe out there.”

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