Dead & Company Concert In Saratoga Springs Canceled

Due to his father’s hospitalisation, John Mayer postponed a Wednesday stop on the Dead & Company tour. What the health scare was especially about is unknown. According to USA Today, Mayer posted on his Instagram account, “This morning, my father experienced a medical emergency and was brought to the ER where he received much-needed and excellent care.” He is currently in a stable state and will continue to receive treatment, but as you can imagine, I have to stay in New York City and will be unable to perform tonight’s event in Saratoga Springs.

Due to a medical situation in his family, John Mayer postponed the Dead & Company event scheduled for this Wednesday. Class=”copyright” span Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images provided the image. </span>
Due to a medical situation in his family, John Mayer postponed the Dead & Company event scheduled for this Wednesday. Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images provided the image.

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On social media, Dead & Company announced the cancellation and assured fans that none of the remaining tour dates will be impacted. The band posted on Twitter, “Due to unforeseen circumstances, tonight’s Dead & Company concert at Saratoga Performing Arts Center is cancelled.” “Tickets will automatically be refunded at the place of purchase. No changes will be made to the remaining Dead & Company tour dates.”

The condition of Mayer’s father has not changed recently, according to a Mayer spokesman. Former Grateful Dead musicians Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann make up the group Dead & Company. Mayer, Oteil Burbridge, and Jeff Chimenti are all present. According to his father, Mayer’s father, the musician’s desire of being a musician is not one he fully supports.

Everyone in the music industry, Richard remarked to People magazine in 2007, “had a job.” “We worked as teachers and plumbers and played on the weekends. So, all that was left to say was, “John, you need to have a Plan B.” I don’t have a Plan B, John said. Here it is.” He said, “I tried to get him ‘inside the lines,’ as you say, but I failed, and he won. And he was correct.

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