Wednesday, August 01, 2012

They put it up... They'll have to take it down.

Photo by Greensboro Coliseum
No go for Stevie and Rod in Greensboro, NC tonight.  It's been reported that Rod is ill and will have to back out of the show at the Greensboro Coliseum.  The show won't be rescheduled.

Due to a sudden illness and following the advice of his doctor, Rod Stewart has regretfully been forced to cancel his concert tonight with Stevie Nicks in Greensboro, NC.

Ticket refunds will be available from the original point of purchase starting Friday August 3. Tickets purchased via phones or online will be automatically refunded.

The tour is scheduled to resume on Friday, August 3rd at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe Stevie can head over to Lindseys show instead, would love to see them hook up and do some acoustic songs together, one can dream LOL!

Santa Mike said...

When will we know about Friday 8/3?

Anonymous said...

All I can say is that Saturdays Ft Lauderdale show better GO ON!
Stevie can still play and that is all that matters to me!

Anonymous said...

"sudden illness" could mean anything, food borne illness, allergic reaction, cold, flu etc...Must have come on at last minute since they were already setting up for the show. I wish him a speedy recovery and hope he is well to continue the tour in Orlando and Lauderdale.
^I'm with you on the Fort Lauderdale show, that was cancelled last year as well due to illness(flu).
Can anyone confirm the road crew is on the way to Orlando? Or will they take the week break and go to Oklahoma?

Anonymous said...

Sudden Illness = Slow Ticket Sales

Anonymous said...

I am a nurse th works in a health Dept. I hardly ever take off work but a friend and I from work along with her boyfriend and her sister paid 250 a piece for tickets months ago and drove 4 hrs just to get there and it be cancelled what a disappointment. wish we could have seen Stevie

Anonymous said...

At their ages, they are canceling alot of shows.
You never know about anyone of course, but whe you get these rock stars on AARP anything can go wrong.
Have a backup plan for your nite out, maybe go see a good bar band, who never complains, plays their asses off, never calls I'm sick and knows the ethic the show must go on

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