Brandi Carlile’s three sold-out concerts with Seattle Symphony, which were to have taken place Friday-Sunday, Dec. 13-15, have been postponed because Carlile has a bruised vocal cord stemming from complications after laryngitis.

The concerts have been rescheduled to Feb. 21, 22 and 23, 2020, and will feature Americana singing/songwriting duo The Secret Sisters as the opening act, according to Seattle Symphony.

Those with tickets to the December shows can use their tickets for the rescheduled shows, apply the ticket value toward another concert, request a refund or donate the tickets back to the Symphony, according to Seattle Symphony, which can be contacted at tickets@seattlesymphony.org or 206-215-4747.

The shows at Benaroya Hall would have capped off a stellar year for Carlile that began with three Grammy Award wins, continued with an epic headlining show at the Gorge, saw the formation of country supergroup The Highwomen, and recently saw her get three more nominations for the 2020 Grammys.

 

This post has been updated to include that ticketholders can request a refund.