Coldplay has expressed their “deep regret” at having to cancel their planned gigs in Brazil due to lead singer Chris Martin‘s acute lung ailment.
The British band made the announcement on Tuesday that the performances, originally scheduled for this month, would instead take place in early 2023.
As part of their “Music of the Spheres” international tour, Coldplay was scheduled to perform eight gigs in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo.
However, according to a band tweet, Martin has been given “strict doctor’s orders” to rest for three weeks.
We really regret any disappointment or difficulty this may cause, and we appreciate your understanding as we put Chris’ health first during this difficult time.
We expect Chris to make a full recovery following his medically recommended vacation, and we hope to resume the tour very soon.
The group said they are making efforts to confirm the rescheduled dates and will provide further details in the coming days.
It was also said that tickets would be honored for refunds and would be good for the 2023 shows.
The March 2018 leg of Coldplay’s worldwide tour began in Costa Rica.
Following Martin’s rest, on October 25, they will perform in Argentina, with the European portion of the tour kicking up in May of the following year.
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