Carlos Santana has postponed the next six dates of his current North American tour – including the performance of Noblesville, Indiana scheduled for tonight (July 8) – as he recovers from the lasting effects of his recent stroke fight. heat.
During her concert in Michigan on Tuesday (July 5), Santana fell on stage due to heat stroke and dehydration. He was taken from the venue – Clarkston’s open – air Pine Knob Music Theater to McLston’s Clarkaren emergency department, where his team issued a statement assuring fans that the iconic rocker was “perfectly fine”.
Santana’s wife took responsibility for her improved health, telling fans on social media that “good as new soon” and thanking them for their “prayers, love, care.” [y] anxiety “.
That sentiment was expressed in a press release issued today, in which Santana manager Michael Vrionis said that he is doing well and is looking forward to getting back on stage soon. He clarified, however, that Santana’s doctors “suggested he would relax to fully recover.”
As a result, Santana’s ‘Miraculous Supernatural Tour’ with Earth, Wind & Fire will be on hold until Saturday, July 23, when he and his band will be playing at the California Central State Fair in Paso Robles. In addition to Noblesville, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Rogers, Dallas and the Woodlands are the cities hit by this recession. All of these shows will be rescheduled, and the new dates will be announced by Live Nation soon.
All tickets purchased for these shows will remain on the rescheduled dates. The other 15 dates of the “Miraculous Supernatural Tour” – including the concert in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which Santana was forced to postpone earlier this week – will go ahead as scheduled. You can find more details about the full tour here.
“Santana deeply regrets her future postponement,” Vrionis continues in her statement, “but her health is our primary concern. She is looking forward to seeing all of her fans soon.”
Following Santana’s current tour there will be a 16-date residency at House Of Blues in Las Vegas, which runs from Wednesday, Sept. 14 to Thursday, Nov. 13. The trip was originally scheduled for last December, but was canceled due to another health scare.