Pink has revealed that a respiratory infection — which she labeled as “family medical issues” earlier this week — has caused her to cancel more shows on her Trustfall Tour.
“I am deeply sorry to share that I have a respiratory infection and my doctor has advised that I am unable to perform at the Vancouver shows on Friday and Saturday,” she said in an Instagram statement Thursday night.
“Live Nation is working on new dates to reschedule the shows,” she added. “I am very much looking forward to performing in Vancouver and putting on an incredible show for everyone.”
“In the meantime, I wish everyone good health and am sending lots of love.”
The “So What” hitmaker initially canceled her Wednesday and Thursday night shows in Tacoma, Wash. on Monday due to “family medical issues” that required “immediate attention.”
“I send everyone my sincerest apologies for any inconvenience this has caused,” the singer, 44, added in the Instagram announcement.
“I am sending nothing but love and health to all.”
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Pink kicked off her Trustfall Tour in the US on Oct. 12. The tour follows her summer show dates that were part of her Summer Carnival 2023 lineup.
She was forced to cancel her Arlington, Texas show on Sept. 29 from her Carnival tour due to a “bad sinus infection.”
“I am so disappointed. You know I do everything in my power to never miss a show,” she wrote on Instagram at the time.
Luckily, Pink informed fans the show already had a new date in November.
“I hope to see you then, and again, am so deeply sorry for any inconvenience this has caused,” she added.
Pink’s shows have stirred up headlines this year after being subject to a number of bizarre occurrences, such as when a fan threw her mother’s ashes on the stage and when a fan went into labor at her show.
The Grammy winner also pulled fans’ heartstrings when her 12-year-old daughter, Willow, joined her on stage on the 2023 Summer Carnival tour’s opening night.