Beyonce has cancelled her “Formation” tour per her doctor’s advice.
The 35-year-old singer, who is currently on tour for “Formation,” has cancelled her concert at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. It is now rescheduled for October 7.
However, no need to worry for Beyonce’s fans in Santa Clara, Houston, Philadelphia, Nashville, Atlanta, New Orleans, Los Angeles, and St. Louis as her concerts in these places will go as planned.
According to the website of MetLife Stadium, fans can retain their tickets from the cancelled concert. Refunds are also available until Wednesday, September 7 where their tickets were purchased. Fans who were not able to get tickets from the previous date can now avail it through www.livenation.com and www.ticketmaster.com.
Beyonce’s cancelled concert will result to her extended tour which supposedly ends on October 2 in Nashville.
Beyonce’s doctor advised her to undergo vocal rest due as she has been having concerts since April 27.
Speculations are also arising that Beyonce needed time to rest after she partied in her birthday.
She spent her birthday at the Made in America Festival in Philadelphia, Vanity Fair said in a report.
Prior to this, she spent in Camp David with her mother Tina Lawson and daughter Blue Ivy. The diva also had fun time with Michelle Obama and first daughters Malia, and Sasha Obama.
At the festival, she was spanned engrossed in a conversation with Bill Clinton, who stopped by at the registration area.
Beyonce was also seen singing and dancing the night away at the V.I.P area when Coldplay started performing “Hymn for the Weekend.”
The “Single Ladies” singer was also serenaded by Chance the Rapper during his performance.