Bruce Springsteen has cancelled this year’s remaining concerts.
According to a press release, Springsteen, who last week celebrated his 74th birthday, is “steadily recovering” from peptic ulcer disease. “Out of an abundance of caution,” the remainder of this year’s tour has been pushed to next year.
Earlier, The Boss cancelled all September concerts.
Canadian dates and a West Coast run of Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, and San Francisco are among the newly postponed dates.
Rescheduled concerts will be announced this week and will take place at the original venues. Those unable to attend on the new date who purchased their tickets through official ticketing companies have 30 days to request a refund.
Peptic ulcer disease can lead to bleeding and emergency situations such as perforation of the ulcer through the stomach.
Newly Canceled Dates:
- 3 November: Rogers Arena, Vancouver
- 6 November: Rogers Place, Edmonton
- 8 November: Scotiabank Saddledome, Calgary
- 10 November: Canada Life Centre, Winnipeg
- 14 November: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto
- 16 November: Scotiabank Arena, Toronto
- 18 November: Canadian Tire Centre, Ottawa
- 20 November: Bell Centre, Montreal
- 30 November: Footprint Center, Phoenix
- 2 December: Pechanga Arena, San Diego
- 4 December: Kia Forum, Inglewood
- 6 December: Kia Forum, Inglewood
- 10 December: Chase Center, San Francisco
- 12 December: Chase Center, San Francisco