Back out of hell: Meat Loaf pulls out of Nottingham gig as band falls ill
Monday 15 April 2013
Meat Loaf pulled out of a concert in Nottingham an hour before it was due to begin.
The show was postponed due to "medical reasons affecting several members of the band" according to a statement Capital FM Arena's website.
The gig will now take place on Monday 20 May with all tickets for last night to remain valid.
The full statement from Meat Loaf read: "We are very sorry to announce that tonight's performance has had to be postponed due to medical reasons afflicting several members of the band.
WE WILL BE BACK THOUGH AND WILL BE BACK MONDAY MAY 20th 2013
Please retain your original tickets, If for any reason you cannot attend, please contact the point of sale from tomorrow morning Monday 15 April.
Meat and everyone in the band and crew send love and apologies and thanks you for understanding."
Last night's concert was part of Meat Loaf's Last At Bat farewell tour.
In 2011 the 65-year-old was taken ill and passed out during two concerts, due to his asthma.
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