Christina Aguilera cancels 'Liberation' tour gig due to 'production safety concerns'
Christina Aguilera has had another unexpected hiccup on her Liberation Tour. The 37-year-old pop star took to social media on Wednesday to announce that her Indio, California, show had been canceled due to safety concerns.
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“Hey Fighters - I was just informed that due to production-related safety concerns at tonight’s venue I am advised to cancel the show in Indio, CA,” she wrote.
Aguilera acknowledged the inconvenience to fans, adding, “Y’all know this isn’t what we want because I look forward to performing for each and every one of you who make the time and effort to come see me! Love you all!”
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This isn’t Aguilera’s first show cancellation while on tour for the first time in more than a decade. Earlier this month, she canceled two concerts -- one in Rama, Canada, and one in Detroit, Michigan -- after losing her voice.
“MY FIGHTERS, MY FRIENDS — it aches me to share that I am under the weather and have lost my voice today,” she wrote at the time. “Per doctor’s order, I need to rest tonight in order to get well asap — and will be unable to sing my heart out and perform for you."