Ringo Starr cancels second gig due to illness

Performer was scheduled to appear in San Francisco tonight

Ringo Starr has cancelled his scheduled show in San Francisco tonight (March 13) due to illness.

The former Beatle was expected to play at the Nob Hill Masonic Center, and the venue took to Twitter earlier today to announce the cancellation. The gig has been rescheduled to take place on October 1.


As reported by The Examiner, Starr also cancelled a show that was due to take place yesterday at the Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez, California. A statement released by his press office yesterday read: “Ringo Starr and His All Starr band are currently on tour, and tonight were to appear at the Chumash Casino in Santa Ynez California. Unfortunately due to illness, Ringo regrets, he has to cancel this show. While he hopes to be able to reschedule the date sometime in the future, no date has been set and ticket holders will be refunded.”

Tomorrow’s performance at the Pala Casino in Pala, Calfornia, and Sunday’s at the The Pearl at Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas are still expected to go ahead, according to The Examiner.

Starr’s latest album ‘Postcards From Paradise’ is due for release on March 30. It will be the 74-year-old’s 18th studio release.

The ‘Postcards From Paradise’ tracklisting is:

‘Rory And The Hurricanes’
‘You Bring The Party Down’
‘Postcards From Paradise’
‘Right Side Of The Road’
‘Not Looking Back’
‘Island In The Sun’
‘Touch And Go’
‘Let Love Lead’


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