By Amanda Wicks
The guys from Green Day haven’t been feeling well, and as a result have had to make a few schedule adjustments for their North American club tour.
The band was set to kick off their tour in St. Louis on September 20, but they’ve had to postpone that date as well as their shows in Chicago on September 21 and Detroit on September 24. They were also set to perform in Toronto on September 23 at the World Cup of Hockey Fan Village, but have canceled that show entirely. According to a press release, they will try to reschedule Toronto and honor all original tickets. The tour is supposed to feature the band at more intimate venues than they’ve played in recent years.
“We’re so sad to announce we have to postpone three shows and cancel Toronto,” said the band, according to a blog post on their website. “Many of us have been battling this infection for days on end to be ready, and it just got the best of us.” It’s not clear what kind of illness the band has been suffering from, but here’s wishing them a speedy recovery.
Their new album Revolution Radio is due out October 7. As of now, they will kick off their tour on September 26 in Columbus.