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Whitewater Concerts Canceled Through July

Local music venue Whitewater Music Ampitheater has postponed or canceled all performances through July. Whiskey Myers is still on the concert schedule for August.

All concerts at Whitewater Music Ampitheater, a music hotspot located on the Guadalupe River at FM 306, are canceled through July  #theshowmustbepaused.

  • June 20 – Sheryl Crow, canceled. Refunds issued within 40 days.
  • June 27 – Billy Currington, rescheduled, future date tbd. Tickets are transferable. No refunds at this time.
  • July 11 – Slightly Stoopid, rescheduled, future date tbd. Tickets are transferable. No refunds at this time.
  • July 18 – Koe Wetzel, rescheduled to July 17, 2021. Tickets are transferable. No refunds.

Whiskey Myers is still scheduled for Aug. 7-8.

On May 18, Whitewater said cancellations and reschedules are not solely up to them.

“Venues and artists across the world are canceling or rescheduling due to the government restrictions on mass gatherings,” the popular music venue posted on its Facebook page. “We all look forward to having concerts when it’s safe to be together again.”

Meanwhile, it is selling online merchandise; tubing adventures via Whitewater Sports; lodging at Hideout on the Horseshoe; and lots in its nearby gated community, Oxbow on the Guadalupe.

On Facebook, it shared these sentiments and lyrics by performer Luke Combs:

“…there’ll be crowds and there’ll be shows
And there will be light after dark
Someday…when we aren’t six feet apart.”

“We are doing everything in our power to ensure your safety while we long to see you all again,” Whitewater Music Ampitheater said on Facebook.

In July 2019 Whitewater Music Ampitheater ranked #16 on Pollstar.com’s mid-year list of the world’s top 50 ampitheaters, reporting ticket sales of $1,165,761 between November 2018 and May 22, 2019.

It bills itself as the only venue bordered on two sides by a “year-round creek” and canopied by a silhouette of ancient Cypress trees and large heritage trees.

For more information, visit whitewaterrocks.com or call 830-964-3800.



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