Chicks apologize to fans after end of Mid-Concert in Indianapolis: “We’re very sorry”

Chicks apologize to fans after end of Mid-Concert in Indianapolis: “We’re very sorry”

Mandatory Credit: Photo by John D Shearer / Shutterstock (12993431x) Chicks Perform at the Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, IN.  The Chicks in Concert with Patty Griffin Supporting, Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville, IN, USA - June 19, 2022

Mandatory Credit: Photo by John D Shearer / Shutterstock (12993431x) Chicks Perform at the Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, IN. The Chicks in Concert with Patty Griffin Supporting, Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville, IN, USA – June 19, 2022

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The Chicks are heading for their abrupt exit from the stage in Indianapolis.

On Sunday night, the country music band left fans wanting more when they finished their concert in the middle of the concert after a performance of about 30 minutes, according to the local news station WTHR-TV.

“Indianapolis, we are so sorry that we could not give you the show you deserved; the show we wanted to give you,” the band wrote in a statement released after the incident on Instagram. “We’ll be back to Indianapolis !! Keep your tickets.”

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“We love you Indianapolis,” the statement added after explaining that ticket holders would contact the official point of purchase for more information.

The band – made up of members Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer – later issued another statement Monday stating that they were “forced to postpone” several concerts from their tour this summer, including stops in Indiana in Ohio and Michigan. result of “doctor’s orders for voice rest”.

According to the statement, these performances have been postponed to September and October. The band will now play in Clarkston, Mich., On September 28, in Noblesville, Ind., On September 30, and in Cincinnati, Ohio, on October 2.

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The Chicks spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment from PEOPLE.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Matt Baron / BEI / Shutterstock (12990677im) Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer - The Chicks Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Day 2, Manchester, Tennessee, USA - June 17, 2022

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Matt Baron / BEI / Shutterstock (12990677im) Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer – The Chicks Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Day 2, Manchester, Tennessee, USA – June 17, 2022

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Last month, the band spoke to PEOPLE about their 2022 summer tour, including their plan to play a specific song they have not performed in more than two decades.

“We will exchange different songs [from Gaslighter]”But if you come to more than one concert, you might see the whole album playing,” said Mainz, 47, at the time. “This is for the fans, but it is also for us because we work so hard and hard, a lot of the reward is to play live.”

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“We’re going to play a fun game where we have six dice tuned songs, and we roll the dice on stage and play any song,” he explained. One song that was our first No. 1 that we have not played in over 20 years because I do not care is “There’s Your Trouble” and [it’s] in six songs, so we will play “There’s Your Trouble” for the first time in 20 years. “

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