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The Moody Blues' John Lodge- POSTPONED to JULY 27 NEW DATE JULY 27, 2024



Sat, March 09, 2024
Hartford, CT
Doors: 7 PM
Show: 8 PM

Ticket INFO

Member Presale: 10/11/23 12 PM
Public Onsale: 10/13/23 12 PM

The Moody Blues' John Lodge- POSTPONED to JULY 27

Due to an unforeseen medical event, the John Lodge show scheduled for March 9, 2024 has been cancelled. Please read below for a notice from the family. All refunds have been processed and you should see the return within 3-5 business days.

A Note from John Lodge:

We are sorry to let you know that The Moody Blues’ John Lodge had a serious medical issue over Christmas, however John is already well on the mend. He is at home with his family recuperating.

“First of all I’d like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and may your dreams come true in 2024. I’m so sorry that my Christmas present this year was not a good one, so unfortunately I am going to have to postpone my tour in February/March. I hate to disappoint everyone, but whilst I can’t wait to get back on the road with my new show, I won’t be able to travel for the next couple of months. I’m doing well, surrounded by the love and support of my family, and spending my time writing music. I would like to thank everyone for keeping the faith’. John Lodge, Jan 2024.

John’s album ‘Days of Future Passed - My Sojourn’ is being released in the USA in March, and John has been working on a new album due for release later in the year. 

However, his love is being on the road and performing live for the fans, and we are working to rearrange the February/March shows as soon as possible. Please hang onto your tickets and we will announce the new dates as soon as we can where your tickets will be honored or refunds will be made available.

The tour was due to start on February 24th in Florida, and the rescheduled dates will be confirmed shortly.

For any questions or concerns, please reach out to

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