BREAKING: Kane Brown Suddenly Cancels Concert: ‘I’m So Sad I Can’t Play For You Tonight’
Brown said his illness left him in tears.
Kane Brown; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Kane Brown has issued a statement to fans after being forced to make the “difficult decision” to abruptly cancel his Sunday evening (Jan. 29) concert in Berlin, Germany due to illness.
The “Like I Love Country Music” singer took to his Instagram stories to share the unfortunate news just hours before the show, which was scheduled to take place at Verti Music Hall in Berlin, DE, on Sunday, January 29.
“Hey Berlin – I’m so sorry to do this at such late notice but unfortunately we have to cancel tonight’s show,” Brown wrote. “I’ve been sick the last few days and have tried to power through. After seeing 2 doctors we had to make the difficult decision to cancel.”
He went on to explain that “refunds will be processed automatically from your original point of purchase” before vowing to return to Berlin in the future.
“I hope to be back soon and make it up to y’all. I love you guys and am so sad I can’t play for you tonight,” he concluded.
Hours after canceling his Berlin concert, Kane Brown took to Twitter to further elaborate on his illness.
“Man When sickness brings you to tears like wtf, 😭” Brown wrote.
Kane Brown is currently in the midst of finishing out the international dates of his headlining Drunk or Dreaming Tour, which kicked off on September 17 in Melbourne, VIC at Margaret Court Arena. The trek, which featured special guests Restless Road, Jessie James Decker, Blanco Brown and Chris Lane on select dates, is expected to wrap up on Tuesday, January 31 at SE Berns in Stockholm.
The international trek marked Brown’s first time touring in Australia and New Zealand and his long-awaited return to Canada and Europe.
The country hitmaker will soon bring the Drunk or Dreaming Tour to the United States in March.
The U.S. trek, which features special guests Dustin Lynch, Gabby Barrett and LOCASH on select dates, will kick off in Grand Rapids, MI on March 16, 2023, and will visit 23 cities throughout the United States before wrapping up in Greenwood Village, CO at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre on Saturday, June 10, 2023.
While embarking on the massive headlining trek throughout the United States, Brown will headline Bridgestone Arena in Nashville for the first time ever on March 31.
The Drunk or Dreaming tour comes in support of Kane Brown’s latest album, Different Man.
The project features his latest chart-topping singles “One Mississippi” and “Like I Love Country Music,” as well as “Thank God,” a duet with his wife, Katelyn, and the Shelton duet. The album also includes previously released tracks “Grand,” “One Mississippi,” “Whiskey Sour,” and “Leave You Alone.”
Different Man follows Brown’s second studio album, 2018’s Experiment. In August of 2020, Brown released his ACM-nominated EP, Mixtape Vol. 1, which included several hit singles such as “Cool Again,” “Worldwide Beautiful” “Worship You” and his Top 40 radio single, “Be Like That” featuring Khalid and Swae Lee.
Additionally, Brown will also perform at several upcoming festivals, including the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival (Feb. 11), Stagecoach (Apr. 29), New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (May 4-7), iHeartCountry Music Festival (May 13), Gulf Coast Jam (Jun. 4), The Country Fest (Jun. 15), Tailgate N’ Tallboys Bloomington (Jun. 16), and many more.
For a full list of Kane Brown’s upcoming tour dates and additional information, visit his official website HERE.
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