After postponing her tour for two years, Jackson came to Denver earlier this month. This isn’t the first time a pop star has canceled or postponed a Denver show. “I hate cancelling shows more than anything. The Altitude Tickets website indicated that the show has been postponed and a rescheduled date will be announced at a later time. I hope you can forgive me and trust that we will do everything we can to reschedule and make it up to you,” Mars said in his social media post. (Kevin Winter, Getty Images)
Bruno Mars, who was sent to perform at Denver’s Pepsi Center on Monday, Oct. In other cases, Denver concerts have been canceled without a makeup performance, as was the case with Justin Bieber. In addition, the site let ticket holders know that their purchases will be honored on the new date. Tom Jones also canceled his Denver tour date in June of this year with a Twitter post indicating that his U.S. The singer was advised by his doctor that he would not be well enough to perform, according to a press release from Live Nation. Recording artist Bruno Mars (C) performs onstage during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. tour will be rescheduled for May and June of next year. Kings of Leon had to postpone their show at FirstBank Center earlier this year due to drummer Nathan Followill falling ill with a case of pneumonia. The band made up their show in March. And for other stars, such as Janet Jackson, it just takes a little time for them to eventually circle back to the Mile High City. 30, for his “24K Magic
World Tour” is canceling his show due to a severe sinus infection, the singer said in a tweet Saturday evening.