What's your Fourth of July plans look like? You could spend it in New Hampshire with Old Dominion.

It has been over a year since tours were sidelined by COVID-19. Artists are eager to get back on the road, even if the crowds are smaller. That's how the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion, in Guilford, New Hampshire is getting back to concerts this summer. The latest socially distanced, reduced-capacity, shows are with Old Dominion. The group will stop down for three shows, July 3,4,5.

Tickets are on-sale April 16.

The Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion says more reduced-capacity shows will be announced soon. The venue still hopes to host full-capacity shows later in the season. Previously rescheduled shows include Thomas Rhett, Luke Bryan, Chris Stapleton, and Toby Keith. Back in December, Maren Morris announced the cancelation of her RSVP: The Tour. Her show was scheduled for June 26.

If you're looking to catch some country shows, evidently the 603 is the place. Recently, Jake Owen announced a show at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion. The show is set for May 29. Tickets are on-sale now. Last week, Eric Church announced a show at SNHU Arena in Manchester, December 3. Tickets go on-sale to his fan club ,The Church Choir, May 3. Ticket sales open to the general public on May 7.

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