Just when we thought concerts were back and here to stay, we have an unfortunate announcement about a concert coming to eastern Iowa. Brett Young was scheduled to play in eastern Iowa next week. On Tuesday, we got the word that his concert, which featured Maddie & Tae and Filmore, has been canceled.

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On Tuesday, Brett Young announced that his concert scheduled for Friday, November 5th at the Alliant Energy PowerHouse was canceled. The show also featured country stars Maddie & Tae and Filmore and was scheduled to start at 8 .,.

Earlier this month on October 5th, we announced that Brett Young was coming to eastern Iowa. There has been no announcement about why the November 5th show was canceled. What we do know is that ticket holders will be refunded. Officials say that this process can take up to 30 days.

If you or someone you know purchased tickets to the show and has questions about getting a refund, they can contact TicketMaster.com or the Alliant Energy PowerHouse ticket office for more information.

Even though Brett Young's concert was canceled, there is still live music coming to the Quad Cities and US 104.9 is your country concert connection and we will get you into every show around the Quad Cities.

Visit our Win Stuff tab to sign up to win tickets to Lee Brice, Jason Isbell, Whiskey Myers, and many more concerts. Lee Brice is the next country concert coming to the Quad Cities with special guest Walker Montgomery. Lee Brice will be at the TaxSlayer Center on November 4th. Click here to win tickets to the show!

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