We've all been so excited about the return of events and concert announcements galore, that we really didn't see this one coming. Knitting Factory announced today that all of their 2021 shows at Big Sky Brewing are postponed to 2022. Cue the disappointed sounds. Not only because those shows are not happening this summer, but also because we were kind of counting on them for some solid rock shows to be announced.

Ween has been moved to June 29th, 2022

The Avett Brothers show has been moved to July 19th, 2022

The Dead South has been moved to July 28th, 2022

The promoter explained that it was a very difficult decision but they felt it was the right one. Refunds for all rescheduled shows are available at the location you made your actual ticket purchase, so online at ticketweb.com, at Rockin' Rudy's, or at Big Sky Brewing's tap room. If you have additional questions, please email bsbconcerts@knittingfactory.com

We did have a listener inquire right away if this decision will effect the Spokane Knitting Factory shows and the answer is no. They were specifically asking about the Toadies with Reverend Horton Heat show that was just announced, if you missed that one, here are the deets.

If you're looking for an outdoor show at what I consider to be the most magnificent venue in the universe, maybe plan for something at the Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, Washington. Phish are playing somewhere around 84 nights in August. The Dave Matthews will follow with around 642 consecutive dates, and the one my crew is really stoked for is Tame Impala on Friday, September 10th. We are still waiting on a rescheduled date for the Lumineers so hang on to those tickets if you won some from us! And be sure you have our app because we're also giving away Tame Impala tickets all summer long!

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