Chris Stapleton Announces Rescheduled Dates

Chris Stapleton recently had to call off a number of shows in North America, but he has now given his fans hope, providing make-up dates for all the stops he has missed and will miss.

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“The Charlie Daniels Band Volunteer Jam,” Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tenn.

Stapleton had to suddenly call off about three weeks of his “All-American Road Show” earlier this week for an undisclosed reason. It turns out his right index finger is broken with a detached tendon, he informed his fans through his Instagram page.

“The doctor is hopeful that with some physical therapy I will be playing guitar again soon,” Stapleton wrote. “There is little in this world that I enjoy more than getting to make music with all of you night after night.”

The rescheduled dates hit all the cities that were postponed, but the order has been shuffled. The first make-up is in Fresno, Calif., Aug. 31 and they continue successively until Sept. 16 in Pelham, Ala.’s

No word on whether ticketholders will need to print out new stubs or if the ones will be good enough, but the initial announcement told fans to hold onto their tickets. Openers Anderson East and Brent Cobb are still going to be joining Stapleton for the new gigs, Rolling Stone reported.

Stapleton was also schedule to play at the CMA Music Festival at

You can see Stapleton’s plans in detail on his Pollstar artist page.