Thursday, March 24, 2016
The Scorpions have postponed and rescheduled their current tour of Germany on doctor’s orders following word that singer Klaus Meine has come down with a viral infection.
The band cut short a concert in Hamburg on Monday just 30 minutes into the performance as Meine struggled to deliver through the medical issue.
"Sorry to all our fans,” says the singer. “Thanks for your understanding. Hope we can make up for the concerts soon."
"Klaus Meine is currently undergoing medical treatment in order as quickly as possible to get the health problems under control again,” adds the band. “This includes a medically pronounced 'stage ban' for the singer for several weeks. For this reason, any outstanding concerts have to be postponed.”
The Scorpions have announced new dates for the rescheduled concerts in five cities – including the shortened Hamburg gig – as they continue their 50th anniversary tour.
Tickets purchased will remain valid or can be returned to the ticket offices for full refund.
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2016 German tour – rescheduled dates
Nov 23 – Cologne – Lanxess Arena
Nov 25 – Leipzig – Leipzig Arena
Nov 27 – Frankfurt – Festhalle
Nov 29 – Hamburg – Barclaycard Arena
Dec 02 – Berlin – Mercedes-Benz Arena
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