Wynonna Judd cancels performance due to ‘unforeseen circumstances’

One of country music’s leading ladies has cancelled her Richmond performance as her husband recovers from a motorcycle accident.

Wynonna and the Big Noise have cancelled their Saturday, September 8th performance due to “unforeseen circumstances.” The performance was to be a key component of CenterStage’s Third Birthday celebration.

On August 18th, Wynonna’s husband and drummer, Michael Scott “Cactus” Moser, sustained serious injuries in a motorcycle accident in South Dakota. His injuries are not life-threatening. Moser and Wynonna married in June.

“Given the uncertainty of Wynonna’s schedule as she spends time with her husband, we felt it best to postpone our gala event,” said CenterStage executive director Richard M. Parison, Jr. in a statement. “The entire CenterStage family sends our thoughts and prayers to Wynonna and Cactus, and wish him the very best during his recovery.”

CenterStage’s birthday celebration will be rescheduled for later this year. Details should be announced in the coming weeks. CenterStage has announced refund options to ticket holders of Saturday’s cancelled event:

Full refunds are available to fans that purchased their tickets through authorized retailers at the original point of purchase. Tickets purchased by credit card through Etix.com, Etix phone charge or the Richmond CenterStage Box Office will receive their refunds automatically. Fans do not need to return their tickets. Any fans who purchased with cash at the CenterStage Box Office should return their tickets to the box office for a refund.

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Nathan Cushing

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