After postponing a show in Minnesota due to sickness, former Beatle Ringo Starr has tested positive for Covid.
Manitoba’s Canada Life Centre, where Starr was scheduled to perform on Monday, tweeted that he had to cancel his gigs recently due to sickness. Ringo has been diagnosed with Covid, thus the tour has been postponed till he feels better.
With his revolving “All-Starr Band,” Starr, now 82 years old, is touring North America. Steve Lukather (Toto), Colin Hay (Men at Work), Edgar Winter (Average White Band), Hamish Stewart (AWB), Gregg Bissonette (drums), and Warren Ham (Kansas) make up the current lineup.
Starting on Tuesday in Winnipeg, the tour will play five more Canadian cities before heading to the United States for the first time on October 11 in Seattle. Although Starr’s test result was verified, the Canada Life Centre was still selling tickets through Ticketmaster.
Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band were forced to cancel their recent shows due to illness. It has been confirmed today that Ringo has Covid and the tour will be on hold while Ringo recuperates.
As of today the Canada Life Centre show on October 4 has been canceled. pic.twitter.com/8Kvap9EQQW
— Canada Life Centre (@CanadaLifeCtr) October 3, 2022
Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake, Minnesota, where the band was scheduled to play on Sunday, tweeted the news of Starr having to postpone the show on Sunday, noting that the Grammy winner was not in possession of Covid.
Despite his illness, Ringo hoped to play, so we apologize for the short notice. But now his voice has changed. They tweeted that Ringo did not have the COVID-19 virus.
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