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Brian Wilson on June 20 & 21 is Canceled
We regret to inform you that Brian Wilson's performances with the Nashville Symphony on June 20 and 21, 2019, have been cancelled and there is no rescheduled date at this time. The artist has cancelled all dates on this leg of his tour. Please read below for a note from the artist.


  1. Exchange Your Tickets: Exchange the value of your tickets directly into any other Nashville Symphony-presented concert currently on public sale and scheduled through July 31, 2020. You may also place the value of your tickets as a credit on your Nashville Symphony customer account, which can be applied to a valid concert scheduled through July 31, 2019.

    If you wish to exchange your tickets, please do so as soon as possible, but no later than June 18, 2019, at 6 pm. Standard exchange policy applies.

  2. Donate Your Tickets: Donate the value of your tickets back to the Nashville Symphony as a tax-deductible donation. We thank you in advance for supporting our mission.

  3. Request a Refund: Receive a full refund of the value of your tickets. After June 18, 2019, all tickets will be refunded to the original method of payment.

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Call: 615.687.6400
A box office representative will respond to your email message as soon as possible, within two business days. You may be subject to long wait times on the phone.

IMPORTANT: If you purchased tickets to this concert from Ticketmaster or any seller other than the Nashville Symphony, you must go to your original point of purchase to request a refund. To contact Ticketmaster, call 1.800.653.8000.
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A Note from Brian Wilson
Dear Friends,

It is with great regret that I need to postpone my upcoming June tour.

It is no secret that I have been living with mental illness for many decades. There were times when it was unbearable, but with doctors and medications, I have been able to live a wonderful, healthy and productive life with support from my family, friends and fans who have helped me through this journey.

As you may know, in the last year or so, I’ve had three surgeries on my back. The surgeries were successful, and I’m physically stronger than i’ve been in a long time.

However, after my last surgery I started feeling strange, and it's been pretty scary for awhile. I was not feeling like myself. Mentally insecure is how I’d describe it. We're not sure what is causing it, but I do know that it's not good for me to be on the road right now, so I’m heading back to Los Angeles.

I had every intention to do these shows and was excited to get back to performing. I've been in the studio recording and rehearsing with my band and have been feeling better. But then it crept back, and I’ve been struggling with stuff in my head and saying things I don’t mean, and I don’t know why. It's something I’ve never dealt with before, and we can't quite figure it out just yet.

I’m going to rest, recover and work with my doctors on this.

I’m looking forward to my recovery and seeing everyone later in the year.

The music and my fans keep me going, and I know this will be something I can AGAIN overcome.

Love & Mercy,

Brian Wilson
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