Shania Twain, a Canadian singer-songwriter of country music, postponed a performance that was scheduled for Wednesday night in Las Vegas. Due to waking up “feeling sick and with no voice,” the singer was unable to perform at the Zappos Theatre as planned. Twain used Instagram to explain that her physicians had given her strict instructions to stay in bed and refrain from singing. The worried singer-songwriter also mentioned that ticket buyers will receive a refund. Additionally, she emphasised that she would make every effort to attend her future performances on Friday and Saturday.
To my darling fans, Shania Twain wrote in a social media post. I regret to inform you that I woke up this morning voiceless and feeling ill. I must rest and refrain from singing, per severe doctor’s directions.
“I’m incredibly disappointed to cancel tonight’s show since nothing makes me happier than performing for you on stage,” she continued.
Fans who purchased tickets through Ticketmaster for tonight’s performance will automatically receive refunds, she added, adding that if not, they should contact their point of purchase for information on their refund policy. I appreciate your kindness and patience.
The artist’s Live Nation page now lists the availability of tickets beginning on Friday, June 24.
The Canadian country performer is also scheduled to perform at the Boots and Hearts Music Festival at the Oro Medonte Burl’s Creek Event Grounds.
On several dates, including August 26, August 27, August 31, September 2, September 3, September 7, and September 9, the singer will resume her residency in Las Vegas at the Zappos theatre. Live Nation has tickets for all performances.
Shania Twain has put off living in Las Vegas on previous occasions. The concerts were moved to 2021 from their original May to June 2020 date.
Information about Shania Twain
Early in the 1990s, Shania Twain launched her career and became regarded as the Queen of Country Pop. She became well-known after the 1995 release of her second studio album, The Woman in Me. Over 20 million copies of the album were sold globally. Twain received a Grammy Award for the song from the album Any Man of Mine.
The third studio album by Shania Twain, Come On Over, was released in 1997. It quickly rose to the top of the charts for female artists across all genres and for country music. Twain won four Grammys for the album. Up, her fourth studio album that year, went on to achieve global sales of over 20 million copies.
In addition to her Grammy Awards, Shania Twain has also been honoured with a World Music Award, 27 BMI Songwriter Awards, stars on the Hollywood and Canadian Walks of Fame, and admission into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame.