AUSTIN (KXAN) - Organizers are working to reschedule the Keith Urban concert at Austin360 Amphitheater which was canceled Thursday night after severe weather rolled through the region.
Officials with Circuit of the Americas and Live Nation are encouraging concert goers to hold onto their tickets, but said refunds are available at points of purchase.
Urban posted a video on YouTube about 11 p.m. Thursday stating they wouldn't be able to take the stage because they had "no lights, no production, nothing...because of the storms."
"We can't play (Thursday), and I am so, so sorry," Urban continued. "I'm just really frustrated, we should have been on stage an hour and half ago."
Heavy rains dumped more than two inches of rain in some parts of east Austin.
"Hopefully we're going to get a chance to reschedule this," Urban said. "We're so sorry about (Thursday) and thank you everybody for your patience."
COTA and Live Nation said more information about a rescheduled performance will be released when it's available.
"We'll see you soon, OK?" Urban finished, crossing his fingers.
In May, COTA and Live Nation postponed a Jimmy Buffet concert at the amphitheater after unseasonably cold and windy weather moved into the Austin area. Later in the month, severe weather postponed a Dave Matthews Band performance. Both of those shows were made up the next day.
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