Food Poisoning Postpones Elton’s ConcertJuly 23rd, 2010 - 8:15 pm ICT by Sampurn Wire
July 23, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): In recent news, Sir Elton John had to postpone his concert and had food-poisoning is to blame for that.
A session of food caused this delay and postponing of the concert. He was to appear and perform at a scheduled concert in the popular Tucson Arena. The show was scheduled to take place on a Wednesday night.
Reportedly, the Wednesday night gig was sold out. About 8,800 tickets were sold. According to the organizers, the British performer would be performing the next day, that’s Thursday.
A spokeswoman representing the Tucson concert venue says that Elton had apologized for the hassle caused due to his illness. The doctors as well as the medical personnel in charge of Elton’s health have confirmed that he will be able to perform on Thursday.
Elton’s fans, who had bought the tickets shouldn’t be disappointed since the concert isn’t cancelled; it’s just postponed for 24 hours.
– Sampurn Wire
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