The Eagles’ Joe Walsh Announces The Postponement Of VetsAid Due To Health Concerns

The Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh announced the postponement of the upcoming VetsAid show by sharing a new post on his official Instagram account.

In the post, Joe shared the official statement of the organization. According to the announcement, the organization has postponed the event to next year and will now start in November 2022. VetsAid revealed that they made this call due to safety concerns as Covid-19 cases have started increasing, and there’s a high rate of hospitalization followed by the easing of the restrictions.

Joe showed his disappointment about the postponement by saying he wanted to play at VetsAid this year more than anything, mainly because it was going to take place in his hometown, Columbus. However, he went on to add that he knows safety comes first and that it’s best to do it under better circumstances.

Besides that, Joe also warned his followers against the virus and stated that people should be careful and follow public health guidelines, such as staying six feet away from each other. He also mentioned that he got vaccinated back in April and encouraged his fans to do the same so that they can reunite as soon as possible.

Joe Walsh on the postponement announcement:

I wanted nothing more than to bring VetsAid to my hometown of Columbus this year but the safety and peace of mind of our performers and of our audience has to come first.

I got vaccinated back in April, and I urge all of my fellow Ohioans to do the same, to follow public health guidelines, and to stay six feet away from yourself when necessary!”

You can check out the post below.

Photo Credit: Joe Walsh – Instagram