If you're someone who loves live music and lives for the next big concert... well, this year has been a real bummer for you, I bet. I mean, I get it - I'm one of those people.

Another big concert that Logjam announced has been taken off the calendar - and not just postponed, like some others have been. This one is outright cancelled: 311, who were set to bring their 50 Dates in 50 States Tour to the Kettlehouse Amphitheater on July 2nd, will no longer be playing there.

A lot of shows have tried to reschedule dates further into the year or some even in 2021 - like the Flaming Lips - which isn't ideal but at least there's the promise of something on the horizon. Other acts, like Sheryl Crow and Vampire Weekend, have opted for the cancellation route, with the hope that maybe they can get another tour going next year and hit most of the same areas.

I was pretty psyched for 311, so this is a tough one - I'm hopeful that concerts will resume like normal in 2021, but it looks like things are going to be pretty rough on the live music front for pretty much the rest of the year.

If you're looking for a refund for the show, you can access Logjam's Refund Request Form, though they are asking people to instead donate their money to their Supplemental Income Fund to help out their hourly employees who have been impacted by the closures.

Here are some tips for self-care during the pandemic:

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