Widespread Panic has once again postponed its five-night residency at New York’s Beacon Theatre due to COVID-19. The concerts scheduled for January 13th–17th, 2022 at the famed Manhattan theater have been rescheduled for July 21st–25th, 2022.

Tickets purchased for January 13th will be honored on July 21st. Tickets purchased for January 14th will be honored on July 22nd. Tickets purchased for January 15th will be honored on July 23rd. Tickets purchased for January 16th will be honored on July 24th. Tickets purchased for January 17th will be honored on July 25th.

As the Athens, GA rockers noted in the postponement announcement, “The Band has had to make a number of tough calls and last-minute rescheduling decisions over the past seventeen months. With our heartfelt apologies, this is one of them. We are grateful to everyone for their understanding.”

This marks the second time that Widespread Panic has postponed this five-night Beacon Theatre run due to the spread of COVID-19. The run was initially slated to take place in September of 2021, but the rise in Delta cases—and a case of COVID for frontman John Bell—prompted Panic to postpone a number of dates including the Beacon engagement. The rescheduled Beacon Theatre run was due to begin next week, as new cases of the highly contagious Omicron variant continue to surge in New York City.

With the Beacon shows postponed yet again, Widespread Panic’s next performances are due to come at the tenth-anniversary edition of their Mexican destination event, Panic En La Playa, which runs from January 22nd through January 25th. For a full list of upcoming Widespread Panic tour dates, head to the band’s website.