Lilith Fair goes forward

Lilith Fair Cancels 10 Dates

Lilith Fair is back after an 11 year hiatus. The only touring festival to feature an all female lineup returned to the road in late June. Unfortunately, Lilith Fair ticket sales have not been as big of a success as hoped, as the tour has canceled 10 upcoming dates.

Sheryl Crow's Lilith labors on

Lilith Fair co-founder Terry McBride explained on the music festival's website:

"We are in the midst of one of the most challenging summer concert seasons with many tours being canceled outright. Everyone involved with the tour would like to apologize to the fans and artists scheduled to play in these markets, and express appreciation for all the support for the festival's return," McBride said.

"Lilith remains the only tour of its kind, and we are confident that fans will be amazed by what each date has to offer."

The following dates have been scrapped:

July 12 in Salt Lake City, July 23 in Montreal, August 4 in Raleigh, August 6 in Charlotte, August 10 in West Palm Beach, August 11 in Tampa, August 12 in Birmingham, August 14 in Austin, August 15 in Houston and August 16 in Dallas.

On the bright side, there are still tickets available. Many dates in cities listed below across the US and Canada are still on!

Kelly Clarkson

Lilith Fair features the likes of Corinne Bailey Rae, Emmylou Harris, Indigo Girls, Heart, Kelly Clarkson, co-founder Sarah McLachlan, Sheryl Crow and more.

Go to the Lilith Fair website to buy your tickets now for July 3 in Seattle, July 5 in San Francisco, July 7 in San Diego, July 9 in Las Vegas, July 10 in Los Angeles, July 13 in Denver, July 15 in Kansas City, July 16 in St. Louis, July 17 in Chicago, July 18 in Minneapolis, July 20 in Indianapolis, July 21 in Detroit, July 24 in Toronto, July 27 in Cleveland, July 28 in Philadelphia, July 30 in Boston, July 31 in New York, August 1 in Hartford and August 3 in Washington, DC.

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