Due to unforeseen circumstances the Black Pumas have cancelled their Friday, Sept. 2 performance at the JAS Labor Day Experience.
However, JAS has been fortunate in securing the eclectic 8-piece soul band St. Paul & the Broken Bones, known for their “potent live show that knocks audiences on their ass” (Esquire), to fill the spot opening for Leon Bridges that night. The band made an unforgettable JAS debut in 2017 (supporting Keith Urban & Nathaniel Rateliff) that still stands out as one of the greatest first time performances in JAS’ history.
For all single day Friday ticket purchasers, you will be receiving notice from AXS within 48 hours of this announcement on options for refunds. Should you want to refund your ticket based on the cancellation, please note that you will have 14 days after receiving the AXS notice to make that request. No refunds will be granted after the 14-day period. Your refund will not be automatic but should appear within 30 days of your request.
Refunds are only valid for single day general admission Friday ticket holders. No refunds will be offered on 3-Day Pass purchases or VIP tickets.
Limited general admission tickets are still available for the Friday, Sept. 3 performances here. Tickets for Saturday and Sunday’s performances are sold-out, however, can be purchased via the AXS Official Resale marketplace, a safe and verified fan-to-fan exchange platform which can be seen here.
St. Paul & The Broken Bones’ new album The Alien Coast represents the most adventurous and original output yet from an ever-evolving musical powerhouse. In a profound shift for the Alabama-bred eight-piece—the band’s fourth full-length strays far from the time-bending soul of past work like their 2014 debut, arriving at a convergence of soul and psychedelia, stoner metal and funk. At turns explosive, elegant, and unhinged, that sound makes for a majestic backdrop to St. Paul & The Broken Bones’ visceral exploration of the strangest dimensions of the human psyche.
The result is a body of work that defies all expectations, yet showcases the galvanizing musicianship that’s repeatedly earned the band massive acclaim, three Billboard 200 debuts, performances on countless TV shows ranging from The Late Show with Stephen Colbert (in fact as Colbert’s first musical guest) to Austin City Limits, and such milestones as opening for The Rolling Stones.