Orville Peck He has postponed the remainder of his “Bronco” tour, a series of summer tours that began in North America on June 20, due to his deteriorating mental and physical health.
The “Dead of Night” singer shared the news via social media on Wednesday, expressing regret and hope that her fanbase would understand the “incredibly difficult decision”.
“This was one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever had to make, but I realized that my current mental and physical health is not allowing me to do my best for you,” Peck wrote in his post. “My fans mean the absolute world to me, and I’m incredibly grateful to everyone who bought tickets to come and watch us, I don’t take that lightly.”
The note continued: “Being on stage is my favorite thing in the world. But I must take this time to renew my mind and body so that I can come back stronger and healthier than before to be able to do what I love for many more years to come. I really hope you can understand.”
Peck’s representatives refused. Variationrequest for additional information or further comment.
The summer dates of the Bronco tour began with a sold-out show at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York and would conclude on August 10 at Bridge at the Santa Fe Brewing Company in New Mexico. Peck was also expected to stop at Columbus, Cleveland, Asbury Park, Indianapolis, Omaha, Kansas City, and more in his 11-time runs.
The Bronco tour was first promoted as a series of concerts that took place last summer and continued earlier this spring. In between, Peck performed at the Coachella, Stagecoach and Boston Calling music festivals. His last headline tour was in 2021 for his debut album “Pony”.