Skid Row Postpone Tour Dates Amid Concern About Singer's Health
Skid Row announced the postponement of their upcoming tour schedule due to concern for the health of the band’s lead vocalist, Erik Gronwall.
The rock band has made the decision to move the third leg of their highly anticipated North American tour originally scheduled for October 2023 to March 2024.
“I want to apologize to all the fans, promoters, Buckcherry and the Skid Row team and to my band mates,” Gronwall said in a statement announcing the postponement. “Due to the stem cell transplantation I did on August 12, 2021 my immune system is still partially impaired, which can result in longer time before clearance of infections and also impaired fitness during infections.”
He added, “It will get better with time and all I can do until then is roll with the punches and ensure I have a better balance in terms of touring.”
The fourth leg of The Gang’s All Here Tour in December with Buckcherry is still scheduled as planned.
“Both Skid Row and Buckcherry deeply value the support of their fans, promoters and everyone involved in the shows, and understand that this change may inconvenience some people,” Skid Row’s Dave Snake Sabo, Rachel Bolan, Scotti Hill, Rob Hammersmith and Erik Gronwall said in a joint statement.
They assured that all those tickets purchased for the original dates will be honored for the rescheduled dates. Refunds will be available for those who cannot attend the rescheduled shows.
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