The Prine Family presents
You Got Gold: Celebrating the Life and Songs of John Prine
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The October 7, 2021 “You Got Gold” show at Ryman Auditorium has been postponed to October 10, 2022 at 7:30 PM. Please hold on to your tickets as they will be valid for the new date.
From the Prine Family:
Dear Prine Friends and Family,
Our sincerest wish was to gather safely this October to celebrate the life and music of our beloved John. Given the ongoing situation with Covid-19 Delta variant, in Nashville and beyond, we’ve made the very difficult decision to postpone “You Got Gold” until October 2022. Please check for ticketing and refund information from your point of purchase. Rescheduled show dates can be found on YouGotGold.JohnPrine.com.
This decision to reschedule was not made lightly. We worked tirelessly to find a way to move forward in a safe and responsible manner, while also keeping in mind the intended joyful spirit of this long-awaited celebration and remembrance. This event is extraordinary in the sheer number of artists, crews, and fans that are planning to travel and gather together. In light of how John died, we just could not reconcile pushing forward and adding any undue stress and anxiety during an already fraught season.
We stand in support of all of our friends and colleagues who continue to work on playing shows this fall and recognize we are all doing the very best we can to find safe pathways forward.
Our deepest apologies to those disappointed in hearing this news. Our family wanted nothing more than to gather with you all and remember John together. We very much look forward to seeing you all next year when we can gather safely and joyfully, and truly be together as a big family and community to remember and celebrate the life and songs of one extraordinary man.
All the best,
The Prine Family + Oh Boy Records
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