Old Crow Medicine Show has rescheduled their upcoming tour, but we kind of don't know what's going on with the dates.

Old Crow Medicine Show had a busy tour schedule on the books for 2020. Their Raise A Ruckus 2020 Tour was to make a stop at the State Theatre, July 3, 2020. New dates were announced last month, which rescheduled the date in Portland to July 10.

Now the show is no longer listed on the State Theatre website. While the band still lists the new date on their website, Ticketmaster says: "The event organizer has had to postpone your event. The rescheduled date will be announced soon. Please hold onto your tickets as they will be valid for the new date. Sign in to your account to locate your tickets. If your event is eligible for a refund or credit, you can make a request from the available options."

So basically we have no clue what's going on with the gig. Are assumption, given current COVID-19 guidelines, is the show is postponed. When we receive confirmation on the show, we'll update this article.

The band has gone through several lineup changes over the past year. Most recently, the group's vocalist and co-founding member, Christopher “Critter” Fuqua, left the band. Fuqua departed after the band's annual New Year's Eve show in Nashville, according to Rolling Stone. This is the second time the singer has left the group.

Old Crow Medicine Show was last in Maine back in 2018 for a free show at L.L. Bean.

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