Photo of Modest Mouse's Isaac Brock, by Jamie Bernstein
With Hurricane Irma charging toward South Florida this weekend, a number of music acts have canceled or postponed shows planned from Miami to Orlando.
Modest Mouse's show set for Friday night in Orlando has been canceled, as was their St. Augustine show, both due to the hurricane. They had also moved venues for their Houston show because of damage from Hurricane Harvey. Refunds for the Orlando show are available at the point of purchase.
Paramore's sold-out Miami show, also planned for Friday night (Sept. 8), has been postponed until Dec. 6, the Fillmore has confirmed. Tickets for the original date will be honored.
While the venue will be closed through early next week, a 2 Chainz show on Sept. 17 is still on the calendar.
Bryan Adams had four shows planned in Florida this weekend, all of which have been scrapped. Shows in Miami, Jacksonville and Clearwater have been postponed, but his Orlando date has been canceled.
Sing Out Loud Festival, which was set for this Saturday and Sunday in St. Augustine, has confirmed the entire event has been canceled. The lineup had included Steve Earle & the Dukes, Lake Street Dive, Wolf Parade, Deer Tick, John Moreland, Lydia Loveless and more.
Meanwhile, Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale has confirmed Tove Lo's show on Sept. 13 has been canceled, as has her Sept. 14 show at the Plaza Live in Orlando. Both events were canceled out of caution as cities prepare for the storm's effects in the weeks to come.