Sammy Hagar Says He’ll Keep Tour Plans ‘Safe and Responsible’


“Big picture, it’s about getting back to work in a safe and responsible way and getting this economy rolling again. I will do my part. I stand by that. I employ 200 people directly and when we tour even more. Like everything today, it’s a watch and see over the next few months but we remain cautiously optimistic that with the right improvements and safety measures in place, we might be able to play shows this year.”

Hagar had planned to spend the summer touring alongside Whitesnake and Night Ranger. Though the Red Rocker initially spoke with promoters and owners of outdoor venues regarding safe performance options during the coronavirus pandemic, he ultimately canceled the trek.