KY3 postpones Survive the Storm Tour amid fears of coronavirus
The spread of the COVID-19 virus across the globe remains a significant concern.
Our top priority is the health and safety of our employees and the community. After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision to postpone upcoming events that include large gatherings. Becase of this, KY3 is postponing the remaining dates below of the Survive the Storm Weather Tour.
“We love meeting our viewers, and had a blast last week in Monett," said News Director Bridget Lovelle. "However, the safety of our staff and our viewers is something we take very seriously. If we are were to learn later that the virus had been transmitted from person to person at one of our events, we would be devastated. We feel it is safer at this time to postpone these events until the threat is diminished."
We will revisit alternative dates in the future for the tour.
March 12: Mountain Grove High School
Scheduled to Appear: Ron Hearst, Abby Dyer, Lisa Rose, Maria Neider and Michael Deere
April 2: Waynesville High School
Waynesville High school performing arts center
Scheduled to Appear: Brandon Beck, Abby Dyer, Leah Hill, Andrew Havranek and Steve Grant
April 16: Ava High School
Scheduled to Appear: Ron Hearst, Abby Dyer, Leah Hill, Frances Watson and Lisa Rose
April 23: Mountain Home High School
Scheduled to Appear: Ron Hearst, Abby Dyer, Ethan Forhetz and Caitlin Sinett
May 7: Nixa City Rec Center
Scheduled to Appear: Brandon Beck, Abby Dyer, Robert Hahn, Ethan Forhetz, Leigh Moody and Ashley Reynolds
May 14: Stockton City Park (Outdoors)
Scheduled to Appear: Ron Hearst, Brandon Beck, Robert Hahn, Sara Forhetz, Paul Adler and Steve Grant