Travis Tritt Wipes His Tour Calendar Due to Injury

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Travis Tritt is clearing his November tour calendar, including the remaining dates he was scheduled to play with Chris Janson for their co-headlining Can’t Miss Tour. Tritt announced the news on his social media, explaining that he’s taking time off to recover from an injury that’s been bothering him for a while.

“I have been experiencing severe pain in my left knee for the past few weeks due to a possible torn meniscus,” the singer explains. “With short bits of rest between shows, I had hoped that the pain would eventually subside and I could complete all of my remaining dates in November, including all the dates on the current Can’t Miss Tour with Chris Janson and the War Hippies.”

However, when things took a turn for the worse, Tritt knew it was time for a more extended break. “Unfortunately, the pain has become impossible to ignore and I will not be able to do any further shows in November … I appreciate everyone’s understanding and I hope to return to the road as soon as possible,” he continues.

The affected tour dates on the Can’t Miss Tour are Nov. 3 in Greensboro, N.C., Nov. 4 in Florence, S.C., Nov. 5 in Richmond, Va., Nov. 10 in Anderson, S.C., Nov. 11 in Tupelo, Miss., Nov. 18 in Pensacola, Fla. and Nov. 19 in Atlanta, Ga.

Additionally, Tritt is canceling one solo show on Nov. 12 in Choctaw, Miss.

Refunds for those shows will be available via the point of purchase, and Tritt promised to keep fans posted on rescheduled dates. As of now, his next scheduled appearance is Dec. 1 in Abilene, Texas.

Janson, Tritt’s Can’t Miss Tour co-headliner, subsequently announced on social media that he won’t be able to perform those shows solo, meaning that they’ll be outright canceled. “Unfortunately I’ve tried every way to still come play the shows for y’all but it’s unable to happen!” Janson says. “I’m sad & devastated.”

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