No one is more eager than Home Free to be able to perform in front of their fans again, but unfortunately, the fans in Canada will have to wait just a little bit longer. The all-vocal group announced that they are rescheduling the Canadian dates on their Dive Bar Saints Tour, due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns.
“Canada, we love and miss y’all so much and can’t wait to get back out to you, but out of an abundance of caution, we have to reschedule the Canadian branch of our Dive Bar Saints tour,” Home Free announced on social media. “Thank y’all so much for your patience, and we are so ready to see you when the time comes.”
Canada, we love and miss y’all so much and can’t wait to get back out to you, but out of an abundance of caution, we have to reschedule the Canadian branch of our Dive Bar Saints tour. Thank y’all so much for your patience, and we are so ready to see you when the time comes ❤️ pic.twitter.com/mETN7QNKtR
— Home Free (@HomeFreeGuys) June 8, 2021
Home Free also posted the new dates, which takes the Dive Bar Saints Tour into 2022. Regardless of the delay, the five-man group is anxious to get back to touring, after more than a year off of the road.
“We’re all excited and waiting to see you on the road soon, and we know many of you are anxious about our shows in March, April, May and June,” Home Free previously said when postponing the Dive Bar Saints Tour dates, again, amid the pandemic. “We’re in the same boat together. We are sadly further postponing these dates.”
Home Free will likely perform songs from their upcoming Land of the Free album, which will be released on June 25. The 10-track project is filled with songs celebrating the love of their country, including a collaboration with Lee Greenwood and the United States Air Force Band on “God Bless the U.S.A.,” a collaboration with Don McLean on “American Pie,” and their recent cover of the Bruce Robison hit, “Travelin’ Soldier.”
“When Austin first suggested we cover this song, it had been years since I heard it – and to be perfectly honest, I had forgotten just how beautiful and tragic it truly is. After listening to it again, I was totally on board,” Lundquist says. “I know this one hits home for a lot of people – myself included. My dad was in the Army when I was born, and when my parents heard our version of this song for the first time, they both had tears in their eyes. Needless to say, there’s something really special about this song, and I’m so glad we decided to sing it.”
Find the updated schedule for Home Free’s Dive Bar Saints Tour, and pre-order Land of the Free at HomeFreeMusic.com.