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UPDATE: Joe Nichols theatre show has been canceled

The New Calumet Theatre Company president says everyone will be refunded for the tickets purchased.
The Calumet Theatre.
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Published: Oct. 13, 2021 at 6:17 PM EDT
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CALUMET, Mich. (WLUC) - The Joe Nichols show at the Calumet Theatre is canceled.

A press release from theater officials said the Joe Nichols show is canceled, quote, due to circumstances outside of their control.

“We truly want to make it to Calumet,” the Nichols tour said. “We will play calumet as soon as we can make it up there, but right now we are just not able to make it there on November 5. We are so sorry that we have to cancel this date.”

New Calumet Theatre Company President Dan Jamison says he wants to reassure members and patrons of the Calumet Theatre, that they’re working not only to refund the tickets purchased, but will go the extra mile to make it up to the theater’s customers.

TV6 was sent pictures suggesting the structure of the theatre may be a contributing factor in the cancellation.

Cited in several pictures, tarps are directing leaking water throughout the theatre into a trash can.

Jamison says the Calumet Theatre will present a concert with the opening act of Chad Borgen and the Collective, as scheduled on November 5.

Original: The Joe Nichols show at the Calumet Theatre is currently scheduled for Nov. 5.

It was postponed last year and rescheduled for next month.

However, TV6 was given a document addressed to the theatre from Nichols’ talent agent.

It stated the theatre and Nichols “have agreed to cancel” the Nov. 5 agreement.

Additionally, TV6 was provided pictures that suggest the structure of the theatre may be a contributing factor in the decision.

Cited in several photos, tarps are directing leaking water throughout the building into a trash can.

TV6 requested comment from the theatre’s board and was told that the concert and flooding concerns are confidential and have no comment.

At this time, both the theatre and Nichols’ websites are advertising the event and still selling tickets.

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