“This is not about following the science or trying to look out for the safety of the people there, this is about something else.
This is trying to divide people, this is trying to shame people, this is basically trying to discriminate against people that they don’t feel are clean enough to be a part of enjoying a concert like that.”
And just today, he announced a solo acoustic tour starting in January of 2022 that will take place in venues that do not require any sort of COVID mandates, like proof of vaccination or a negative test that many venues and large promoters have started to require for attendees:
“JUST ANNOUNCED: The Travis Tritt Solo Acoustic Tour 2022.
Though he’s not covering a wide range of states as of right now, it’s possible he could add more dates if (and that’s a big “if”) he can find additional venues that drop their mandate requirements as we head into the new year:
A native of Marietta, Georgia, Travis recently sang the national anthem at Atlanta Braves game amidst all the controversy from his statements and decisions, along with thanking them for not “caving to the pressure” and finding someone else to sing it after the organization received some pushback for hosting him: