Last weekend, ahead of several concerts including headlining Lone Star Jam in Austin, Turnpike Troubadours cancelled their shows. Additionally, last week's statement to fans left the future of the band up in the air -- today it looks like Turnpike's future has landed, and not as we hoped it would.

To Our Fans,

We want to again apologize for the abrupt cancellations of our shows this past weekend. We can assure you that the situation was not in our control.

We want nothing more than the opportunity for to heal, and to not put all of you through this ever again. To have a chance for any of this, we need to cancel all of our remaining tour dates. Turnpike Troubadours will go on an indefinite hiatus until a time we feel that everyone is of strong mind, body and spirit and can deliver what our fans deserve.

Refunds for all scheduled shows can be made at point of purchase.
To all of you who have given us so much, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. You believed in us, you raised us up, you stuck by us and you gave us more unconditional love than any band could ask for. We are humbled.

We ask that you please keep us in your thoughts and prayers as we work to support and encourage.
Thank you all for everything. We love you!

We've selfishly gotta believe that the hiatus won't last, and they guys will be back together, but it doesn't look good. If this truly is the end, thanks for the music and for the memories, gentlemen.

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