A show from southern rockers Blackberry Smoke scheduled for this Saturday, May 19 at Upstate Concert Hall has been postponed.

Due to a family emergency, Blackberry Smoke have moved their show this weekend to Dec. 8. All tickets purchased for the original date will be honored on the new date.

Blackberry Smoke formed out of Atlanta, Georgia in 2000 and the band's current lineup features lead singer/guitarist Charlie Starr, bassist Richard Turner, drummer Brit Turner, guitarist Paul Jackson, and keyboardist Brandon Still. The band has toured all over the U.S. and supported acts like Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, Govt. Mule, and Zac Brown Band. The band has six studio albums out with their latest being Find A Light, which was released in April.

For more on Blackberry Smoke, check out their official website here. For tickets info on the rescheduled show at Upstate Concert Hall, check out the venue website here.