“The Worship Tour” featuring Anthony Brown, Jonathan McReynolds and Travis Greene has been canceled. While it was probably the most anticipated tour of 2017, the guys are deeply saddened things didn’t work out.
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All the artists – sort of like brothers – got along, Live Nation showed support and the tickets sales were there, but Jonathan McReynolds says tour management didn’t do what they needed to do to make the tour successful.
“It pains me because not only do I see the ticket sales, I know the testimonies attached to those tickets,” he said.
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The guys shared their apologies on social media in video form:
Refunds are in order…
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