Cher's concerts in Billings and Casper, Wyoming, have been postponed in light of recent developments with the new coronavirus, the tour announced Thursday.
The postponements, effective immediately, were announced along with the 22 remaining concerts on Cher's "Here We Go Again" tour.
Casper's concert is now set for Oct. 4, and Billings' concert is now scheduled for Oct. 6.
The Casper concert was originally scheduled for April 24, with the Billings Concert at the First Interstate Arena on April 26.
“I'm heartbroken, but the health of my fans and my touring family comes first," the artist wrote in a press release. "The shows have been really special, but nothing is more important than everybody's safety. I’m excited to see everyone when we’re back out on the road.”
In Billings, currently held tickets will be honored for the new date, according to MetraPark. Customers don't need to do anything to keep their tickets and current seat locations.
For any further ticket inquiries, the public should contact the point of purchase.
Wyoming reported its first coronavirus patient Wednesday. The Sheridan woman who tested positive for the novel coronavirus is isolated at her home and is doing well, health officials said Thursday afternoon.
The first Montanan to test positive for COVID-19 did so in Maryland, also on Wednesday. Officials said Wednesday the woman did not appear to have contracted the disease in Montana or Maryland. Because of that, there are still no known cases of the virus or disease reported in Montana as of Thursday afternoon.
The news Thursday came as events across the United States were canceled to prevent the spread of the virus. Also in Billings, the NAIA women's national basketball tournament was canceled Thursday, as well as the Big Sky Conference tournament. The Montana University System announced all public universities would move to an online class model beginning March 23, also to limit the spread of the virus.
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