PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Kenny Chesney won’t be coming to Heinz Field later this month after all.

His Chillaxification Tour was supposed to stop at the stadium on May 30.

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However, the country music superstar won’t be appearing this year amid the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

Chesney’s website says the entire tour will be postponed until 2021.

All the other Chesney concerts were previously postponed leading up to the Pittsburgh stop.

Chesney’s team says new dates will be announced as soon as possible.

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If you have a ticket, it is automatically valid for a rescheduled show date. Refund options will also be available at the time the rescheduled show date is announced.

Jeanette Mallick-Kramer of Murraysvile and her family had been trying to get tickets to the concert for years, but the dates never worked out.

The family was set to go this year.

“This was the first time we could actually get tickets to go, and it was going to be my husband and me and our two daughters,” she said.

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KDKA reached out to the concert promoters about the refund policy, and they said the policy is the same across all of the tour’s stadium shows.