Swift postpones tour dates, suffers from bronchitis
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
– Taylor Swift concert dates scheduled for this weekend in Charlotte and Atlanta were rescheduled due to illness. Swift has bronchitis and was advised by her doctor that she is not well enough to perform this week, according to her publicist.
Swift plans to resume the tour on July 14th in Montreal.
The new dates are as follows:
Charlotte, N.C.: July 8 rescheduled for Nov. 16
Atlanta: July 9-10 rescheduled for Oct. 1-2
"It breaks my heart to miss out on this weekend's shows with my friends in Charlotte and Atlanta," Swift said. "I would never cancel if I thought I was physically able to perform these shows. I am so sorry to the fans, but I look forward to seeing you when we come back through your towns, which we will do."
Swift is on tour in support of her "Speak Now" album and is currently slated to play 98 shows in 17 countries in 2011.
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