British singer and pianist Elton John says he’s rescheduling his two farewell live performance dates in Dallas after testing constructive for COVID-19. The award-winning musician began again on his farewell tour entitled “Farewell Yellow Brick Highway” final week.
“It is all the time an enormous disappointment to maneuver reveals and I am so sorry to anybody who’s been inconvenienced by this however I wish to preserve myself and my group secure,” he introduced on Instagram.
John added that he is totally vaccinated and boosted, experiencing solely delicate signs and expects to have the ability to carry out at his scheduled present this weekend in Arkansas.
“As all the time, thanks for all of your love and help and I can not wait to see you all quickly,” John wrote.
The 74-year-old singer was because of carry out on the American Airways Middle in Dallas on Tuesday and Wednesday and mentioned those that bought tickets for the 2 performances ought to maintain on to them, as “they are going to be honored on the rescheduled dates to be introduced quickly.”
In early 2018, John introduced his intention to retire from touring, as he needs to spend extra time along with his household.
“And as a lot as I really like enjoying, I wish to be with my boys now. That is the brand new a part of my life,” the singer mentioned in a 2019 interview with NPR.
Information of John’s rescheduled performances comes every week after British singer Adele introduced the postponement of her Las Vegas residency because of COVID-related points — simply sooner or later earlier than it was slated to start. Her residency, titled “Weekends With Adele,” was scheduled to start Jan. 21 on the Colosseum of Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace Lodge.
The residency was anticipated to run via the center of April, that includes her most up-to-date album, “30,” which was launched final November.