A venue change moves Brothers Osborne from Westbrook to Downtown Portland.

Brothers Osborne are hitting the road this summer. Their We're Not For Everyone Tour was to stop at Rock Row in Westbrook. According to Waterfront Concerts, the show will now take place at Cross Insurance Arena in Portland. The show is still set for July 31, and will be full-capacity. Travis Denning and Tenille Townes will open the show.

Waterfront Concerts says: "All tickets purchased for the event at Maine Savings Pavilion at Rock Row will be honored at Cross Insurance Arena. Purchasers will receive new tickets with updated seat locations. Tickets will be sent to the email address the purchaser used to make the purchase. These will be PDF tickets and must be printed out. There will be no mobile tickets for this event." Fans who haven't purchased tickets yet can get them here.

The tour supports Brothers Osborne's latest album Skeletons, which was released back in October. The tour name is derived from their new single for country radio, "I'm Not For Everyone."

Brothers Osborne were last in Bangor back in 2016, as they opened for Miranda Lambert's Keeper of the Flame Tour. Both Travis Denning and Tenille Townes were set to make their Bangor debut as openers for two planned country shows last summer. Denning was to open for Sam and Hunt, and Townes was opening for Sugarland. Both shows were ultimately canceled due to COVID.

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