Fleetwood Mac reschedules Edmonton concert after band member falls ill

Fleetwood Mac has rescheduled a pair of Alberta shows into next year after a band member fell ill before their concert at Rogers Place.

The band was set to play in Edmonton Saturday evening, but did not go on.

Sandra Merz, a spokesperson for Live Nation, said in an email to Postmedia that “band member illness” had forced the group to reschedule its Alberta dates. She did not specify which musician was ill.

The Edmonton show was rescheduled to Saturday, April 13, 2019, while the Calgary show was moved to April 15 of next year. Ticket holders were asked to hold onto their tickets.

The sudden cancellation disappointed fans waiting for the show to begin.
This is the third band to reschedule a concert at Rogers Place in the past few months.
The Foo Fighters had to call off their show at Rogers Place in September after lead singer Dave Grohl lost his voice, while earlier this week Justin Timberlake bruised his vocal chords and was unable to perform.


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