THURSDAY, Jan. 13 – Ten Pound Fiddle announced yesterday that it is postponing all weekly concerts until early March. The announcement comes after its board of directors unanimously voted to postpone all concerts due to the increasing number of Omicron variant cases.
In a statement released yesterday, the board of directors said the concert series is “committed to bringing high quality acoustic and world music to Mid-Michigan, in a safe and comfortable environment.”
Ten Pound Fiddle was founded in 1975 and promotes folk music and dances in the Mid-Michigan area. It is expected to return March 11 with the Irish quartet Teada and will continue with a weekly series through late May.
Ten Pound Fiddle's board of directors said the postponed concerts will be rescheduled, which includes performances by the Chenille Sisters and Sweet Water Warblers. The 19th Mid-Winter Singing Festival, which was previously scheduled to take place in February, is canceled.
All online ticket sales for the postponed and canceled events will be refunded. Purchasers are not required to take any action on this.
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