Keith Urban Hopes Third Time’s a Charm for City Hit by Floods

If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.

Floods have hit the city of Brisbane in Keith Urban’s native Australia, so Keith moved his concert from Sunday night (Jan. 27) to Monday night. But that show got canceled, too, as authorities continued to assess damage and restore water service to the area.

At that point, via Twitter Keith told fans, “Beyond deflated about the flooding shutting down third Brissy show again . . . sending love and hope to all affected.”

Now comes word that the show will go on—next Tuesday (Feb. 5) to be specific.

Promoter Michael Chugg told The Courier-Mail newspaper, “Keith was very disappointed Brisbane could not proceed on either night and he’s been working to shift his L.A. commitments to make this reschedule possible.”

Here's hoping for a happy ending.

Keith’s Aussie tour continues Wednesday (Jan. 30) in Sydney.

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