Local Music Notes

Published on February 20th, 2020 | by TLV News


Natchez-based Bishop Gunn Cancels Crawfish Boil, Tour Dates for Foreseeable Future

In a press release from Jackson, Mississippi promoter and manager Ardenland announced today the band’s intentions to halt touring and recording for the time being:

“It is with heavy hearts and sadness that we are announcing Bishop Gunn Crawfish Boil has been officially canceled for the foreseeable future.

As you have probably heard, as of today Bishop Gunn has suspended all future activity, including tour dates and new album/music releases.

The past two years of BGCB have been nothing short of amazing, as Bishop Gunn would return to their roots and share their culture and inspiration for the music they create in a true southern celebration. We are deeply grateful for the support of the fans, artists, sponsors and the City of Natchez.

All tickets will be refunded in full at point of purchase. If you have questions related to your refund, please reach out to tickets@ardenland.net.

“We hope that this isn’t the end of our story, but it’s certainly a pause for right now in the hopes we can re-emerge stronger for it.” – Bishop Gunn

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