Garth Brooks and his wife Trisha Yearwood have suspended their Orlando concert of Thursday because of the Hurricane Matthew. Instead, the performance will occur on Sunday at 3 pm.  The concert will use the same tickets that were for the Thursday show.

Meanwhile, the shows that will take place on Friday at 7 pm, Saturday at 7 pm and Sunday at 7:30 pm will go on as originally planned.

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Garth Brooks’ current tour

The Orlando concert is part of Brooks’ current tour, which has lasted for over two years and is anywhere close to ending. The country icon released his last album, Man Against Machine on 2014, signaling his powerful comeback.

The tour stop is a part of Brooks’ current tour, which has been on the road for two years now and shows no signs of slowing down. The trek kicked off with the release of his 2014 comeback record, Man Against Machine.

Brooks is currently working on a new record, and has teased his fans via Facebook with an online “series” called Inside Studio G. On October 24 the country singer will give a free concert in Nashville to celebrate his seven diamond albums, an impressive record.

“I can’t thank Tennessee enough for taking me in as if I was one of their own and allowing me to chase a dream. I couldn’t be more proud to bring this back to the home of country music,” stated Brooks at a press conference.

The Nashville concert will include seven exclusive acoustic performances, one song for every album. So far, the country star has not disclosed whether or not there will be any surprise guests.

Sources: Taste of Country