Morgan Wallen Sued Over Last-Minute Concert Cancellation
Wallen was slated to perform at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium in Oxford, Miss., on Sunday night as part of his massive One Night at a Time Tour. He canceled the show at the last minute, leaving many concertgoers angry and frustrated.
The star turned to social media afterward to explain why the show did not go on:
TMZ reports that concertgoer Brandi Burcham filed a federal lawsuit against Wallen on Monday (April 24), alleging breach of contract and negligence for failing to perform.
- Burcham says the venue has not yet reimbursed fans who purchased tickets.
- She also claims the expected refunds do not address "out of pocket expenses," including food, lodging, travel and more.
- She is asking a judge to make her suit into a class action so other concertgoers can join in.
TMZ reached out to Wallen's representatives for comment on the lawsuit, but he had not issued any statement at press time on Tuesday (April 25).
Wallen turned to social media once again on Monday to reveal that he was postponing three more shows on doctor's orders that he go on vocal rest. He's already set makeup dates for those shows, but it's not clear if he intends to make up his show in Mississippi.
Wallen's One Night at a Time Tour launched in March with a string of dates in New Zealand and Australia. He's set to perform all over the U.S. and Canada through Oct. 7, when he'll wrap the tour with a show in Tacoma, Wash.