Tanya Tucker cancels 2021 tour due to hip surgery recovery,COVID concerns
Tanya Tucker has canceled all of her scheduled 2021 tour dates, citing the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and her recent hip surgery. Tucker wrote on social media: “With my damn hip still healing slowly but surely, and my increasing concerns with covid-19, I’ve made the heartbreaking decision to cancel all 2021 dates. It pains me to do this, but I must keep my fans, band and crew safe,” she adds. “I love my team, and most of all, I love you, the fans. We’ll be back in 2022 ready to kick some ass.”
Tucker rescheduled three concerts in July on her 2021 Bring My Flowers Now Tour after revealing that she’d been forced to undergo emergency hip surgery, she subsequently moved four more shows in early August as she recovered. She canceled six more shows in mid-August as she continued to undergo physical therapy before ultimately deciding to cancel the remainder of her 2021 tour.
Tucker has some other concert appearances already scheduled for 2022; she’s slated to perform at Brandi Carlile’s 2022 Girls Just Wanna Weekend concert vacation event in Mexico in February, and she’ll also perform at Stagecoach 2022, which is set for April.