As Texans brace for the arrival of Hurricane Harvey, music fans on the Gulf Coast are also facing the disappointment of seeing numerous artists cancel scheduled performances this weekend due to Harvey.

Coldplay, for example, was supposed to hit the stage Friday night in Houston, but announced via Twitter that the show would be postponed, as the band “can’t ask anyone to put their safety at risk,” adding: “We are really sorry for the inconveniences this will cause. Stay safe and see you soon.”

Lady Antebellum was also scheduled to perform in Houston, but have also cancelled their Sunday concert.

“Due to the anticipated weather event in Houston this weekend, and in the interest of fan safety, Sunday’s Lady Antebellum You Look Good World Tour stop at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman has been cancelled,” LiveNation announced in a statement, adding, “Refunds will be made automatically at point of purchase.”

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Meanwhile, a Mary J. Blige concert slated for Friday is, as of the time of writing, currently still “scheduled as planned,” according to spokesman Andrew Huang. However, he adds: “If anything changes, we will notify ticket buyers and the media of any changes in plans.”

Other performers scheduled to perform in Houston this weekend include Lyle Lovett, Simple Plan and Piano Guys, all of which are still scheduled to proceed as planned.

Simple Plan, in fact, took to social media to let their Houston fans know that Friday’s show would be going ahead — at least for the time being.

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Houston, we are here and as of right now, our concert at House of Blues tonight is still scheduled to go on as planned. We are monitoring the weather and Hurricane Harvey updates continuously and are in communication with our local promoter and @livenation regarding the status of the show. We care about our fans deeply and we know that some of you have been looking forward to this show for a very long time, have traveled from far away to be here and the last thing we want is to disappoint anyone. At the same time, your safety is our number one concern. We are taking all this into account and will update everyone on the status of the show as soon as possible. The situation is the same for Austin tomorrow; as of right now, the show is on. We will keep on monitoring the weather and update everyone as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and understanding and please stay safe. Love, Pierre, Chuck, Sebastien and Jeff.

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