The rock band Pearl Jam had to change the date of their concert in Indiana because someone in the band is not feeling well.
Illness Forces Pearl Jam to Postpone
They shared this news on Instagram and said they’re moving the concert, which was supposed to happen on Sunday at the Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana.
They didn’t say what the illness is, and they didn’t tell us which band member is sick.
“The band is deeply sorry and thinking about all those who travel to shows, as well as the great crowd in Indy,” the statement said. “It’s obviously serious, and we wish there was another way around it. Again we apologize, and thanks so much for your understanding. It’s not easy…”
USA TODAY has tried to talk to Pearl Jam’s representatives for more information.
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Ticket Information for Rescheduled Concert
If you have a ticket for the postponed concert, don’t worry. They will still be good for the new date when it’s decided. But if you can’t make it to the rescheduled show, you can get your money back.
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Pearl Jam’s Upcoming Texas Shows
Pearl Jam has more concerts coming up in Texas, and those are still planned to happen as scheduled.
And in other music news, Bruce Springsteen had to postpone some of his concerts because he’s not feeling well. He mentioned that doctors are helping him with a stomach problem called peptic ulcer disease.
This means he won’t be performing for a little while, starting from a concert in Syracuse, New York, on September 7th.
He had to cancel a couple of shows in Philadelphia in August too, but he was back performing in New Jersey at the end of August and beginning of September.
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