The Fred cancels all concerts for 2020 season, including Daughtry, 38 Special and Little River Band

Chris Daughtry of 'Daughtry' performing at Eventim Apollo in London.

Credit: KGC-138/STAR MAX/IPx

Credit: KGC-138/STAR MAX/IPx

The Fred will be silent this season.

The combination of the state edict that gatherings of no more than 50 people are allowed without social distancing enforcements, space limitations in the venue’s communal areas and the fact that many performers are canceling 2020 tour plans, caused the City of Peachtree City to cancel the slate of upcoming concerts.

Ticketholders will receive a refund via their method of purchase. Those having refund issues can email or call 1-877-725-8849.

All of the following shows at the 2,500-capcity venue formally known Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater are canceled (the rescheduled Trace Adkins show for May 1, 2021, is not affected). Plans are currently underway for the rest of next year’s season.

Here is the canceled slate:

Aug. 8: Daughtry

Aug. 14: Pop 2000 tour Hosted by Lance Bass of *NSYNC with Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray, O-Town, & LFO

Aug. 21: 38 Special

Aug. 22: Georgia Player's Guild: A Revue of Georgia Music History

Aug. 29: Rumours – A Fleetwood Mac Tribute Band

Sept. 12: Departure: The Journey Tribute Band

Sept. 19: The Black Jacket Symphony: Presenting The Eagles Hotel California

Sept. 25: Little River Band

Oct. 2: Gone West

Oct. 10: Ratt and Cinderella’s Tom Keifer

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