Old Dominion’s Matthew Ramsey Returns to Stage After Pelvic Fracture; Band Announces New Tour Dates

So good to see Matthew Ramsey of Old Dominion on stage again following his ATV accident.

After 48 days of rest, the lead singer performed with the band this weekend at the Stagecoach Music Festival.

“If I can stand up with a broken pelvis, ya’ll can stand up and dance a little bit tonight…we can turn this into a party,” Ramsey told the crowd. “I’ve been laying my a** on the couch waiting for this moment.”

Ramsey’s pelvic fracture caused the band to cancel a series of shows but they are making it up to fans.  Old Dominion revealed new tour dates today (Monday, May 1st).    The “No Bad Vibes Tour” will resume in September with stops in Raleigh, NC, Roanoke, Va, Baltimore, MD, and more.

Fans can expect to hear all their favorite Old Dominion hits, as well as new material from their latest album, “Time, Tequila & Therapy.”