Grateful Dead fans won’t be sharing the women or the wine anytime soon—or anything that involves direct contact, for that matter.

Bob Weir and Wolf Bros have become the latest musical act to postpone scheduled upcoming tour dates due to the growing threat of COVID-19 coronavirus in North America. The trio comprised of Bob Weir, Jay Lane, and Don Was will look to pick up where they left off in Minneapolis on Tuesday when the tour resumes again come fall.

A statement shared by the band on Thursday reads,

“The health and wellbeing of our live music community is of the utmost importance. So, while we all deal with the effects of coronavirus (Covid-19) we will be rescheduling our remaining Bob Weir and Wolf Bros headline dates. Thank you for your continued support, the audiences have been incredible on this tour, the shows have been the kinda stuff we live for and we can’t wait to get back out there with you. In the meantime, be good to yourselves – and to each other – and please take preventative actions as recommended by the CDC and WHO.

All tickets for the shows will be honored for the rescheduled dates. Should ticketholders choose to seek a refund, they will be available at point of purchase.”

The announcement comes less than a day after Weir’s old bandmate Phil Lesh postponed his 80th birthday celebrations at The Capitol Theatre scheduled for this weekend. The list of other major events and tours canceled or postponed within the last week includes CoachellaSXSW, UltraJoe Russo’s Almost Dead, and continues to grow by the day.

Scroll down for the full list of rescheduled tour dates. Head to Weir’s website for additional info.

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