Representatives for legendary rocker Jimmy Buffett have announced that the rest of his 2022 tour will be canceled due to "doctor's orders" due to an undisclosed illness.
In a message posted on Twitter, the 75-year-old Buffett announced the “Life on the Flipside-Redux” tour will end prematurely.
“Due to health issues and brief hospitalization, Jimmy will need to refrain from touring for the rest of the year,” the message read. “On doctor’s orders, he must take this time to recuperate and heal.”
“Jimmy looks forward to getting back on stage next year,” the message concluded.
IMPORTANT TOUR UPDATE - see attached.
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— Jimmy Buffett (@jimmybuffett) September 27, 2022
“We appreciate your understanding,” it continued. “Fans with tickets to the rescheduled dates are encouraged to hold on to your tickets as they will be honored at the rescheduled shows in 2023….”
All of the tour dates affected are in October, including stops in Las Vegas, Idaho and San Diego. Most of them have already been scheduled for next year and you can find that information here.
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