MercyMe cancels Fargodome show, plans to return later
"The plan is to visit you in the spring of 2022," a statement said as the group canceled a Fargo concert that was originally scheduled for April 5, 2020, and rescheduled twice.
FARGO — After rescheduling a show twice, the contemporary Christian rock band MercyMe has canceled an April 25 Fargodome tour stop .
The group announced in a statement Thursday, Jan. 14, that the spring tour would be moved to the fall of 2021, but that certain shows, including Fargo, couldn’t be rescheduled at this time and would be canceled. The statement added, “The plan is to visit you in the spring of 2022.”
“We are praying that we will be able to get back on the road again,” the statement read. “We trust in the Lord’s guidance and protection for all of us through this difficult time. Looking forward to being together with you soon!”
Refunds will be issued from the point of purchase, according to the news release.
MercyMe was originally scheduled to perform at the Fargodome on April 5, 2020, but that show was postponed over coronavirus concerns in the spring and rescheduled for Nov. 15, 2020 . That show, too, was rescheduled to April 25 before being canceled.
The next concert at the Fargodome is a Maroon 5 show, rescheduled to Aug. 6, followed by Guns N’ Roses on Aug. 11.