Yesterday (June 17), At the Drive-In canceled their Terminal 5 concert in New York City.
The band explained that frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala was losing his voice due to a health concern and that it would not be “possible to play without furthering his injury.” The band cancelled their show in Washington, D.C. earlier this week, mentioning the same reason. Read the band’s announcement via Twitter below.
Apologies to our fans in NYC that were coming tonight. Cedric has a health concern with his vocal chords and can't perform this evening.— At The Drive-In (@AtTheDriveIn) June 18, 2016
It is not possible to play without furthering his injury. Thank you for your support!— At The Drive-In (@AtTheDriveIn) June 18, 2016
It's our goal to be a band for a very long time and we don't want to impede that at all. We will be back! Refunds from point of purchase.— At The Drive-In (@AtTheDriveIn) June 18, 2016
Earlier today (June 18) on Facebook, At the Drive-In continued to announce that they would be canceling the rest of their North American tour dates. The cancellations include their concerts in Boston, Detroit, Toronto, and at the Montreal music festival Amnesia Rockfest.
At the Drive-In’s North American tour was listed in Fuse’s 23 must-see spring tours of 2016. Read the Facebook post below.
"Apologies to all our fans who have tickets but following our news earlier tonight, we regret to announce that all further shows on our North American tour, up to and including the Amnesia Festival appearance on June 25th are cancelled. Tickets can be refunded from point of purchase. We will be back to make up these shows in the future. Thank you for your continued support."