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Sam Hunt, Foreigner, Incubus, more cancel Tampa concerts

Six more summer and fall shows have been canceled or postponed at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre.

Once again, it’s looking like a lost summer at Tampa’s MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre.

Hot on the heels of artists like Maroon 5, Halsey and Alanis Morissette announcing they were postponing their 2020 concerts at Tampa’s Live Nation-owned shed, six more shows at the venue have been canceled outright.

Lady Antebellum (Aug. 1), Incubus and 311 (Aug. 2), Breaking Benjamin (Aug. 22), Foreigner (Sept. 5) and Sam Hunt (Oct. 9) have all canceled their upcoming concerts at the amphitheater. Thomas Rhett has postponed his Sept. 20 concert — already postponed once, from June 19 — to 2021. The Hunt show had also already been postponed once, from June 12, but now won’t be happening at all.

Related: More Tampa Bay concerts postponed: Maroon 5, Kenny Chesney, Halsey

The artists join nearly a half-dozen others that have fully canceled summer and fall shows at the amphitheater, including the Zac Brown Band, the Black Keys, the Lumineers, Journey and AJR.

Ticketholders are eligible for refunds up to 30 days from the date a show is canceled (or postponed, provided a new date has been announced). Or they can apply their purchase price to seats to another upcoming show. For details, click here.

Related: As more Tampa Bay concerts get canceled, a lost summer of entertainment looms

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