Marilyn Manson Canceled Show Due to ‘Flu,’ Will Finish Tour
A representative for Marilyn Manson has released a new statement following the abrupt cancelation of his performance last night in Toronto, Ontario. The "flu" is cited as his "unforeseen illness." It also reveals that Manson is currently scheduled to perform "all scheduled dates" on the remaining trek of his co-headlining tour with Rob Zombie. You can read the tweet below.
The initial cancelation announcement was made moments before Manson was set to take the stage. A fan-filmed video has surfaced on Twitter showing the crowd's reaction to the news, which was a mixture of boos and yells in disgust.
"Marilyn Manson will not be performing tonight," announced a show official. "If you are here solely to see Marilyn Manson, you may get a full refund if you leave now and have your ticket scanned out of the system. Full refunds are available at your point of purchase. Once again, Marilyn Manson will not be performing tonight due to an unforeseen illness." As you can see in the clip here, Manson's stage backdrops - which feature pictures of himself - were already hung in anticipation of the scheduled performance.
In response to Manson's cancelation, Rob Zombie performed a cover of "Sweet Dreams," which you can see here. The tour has an off-date today, but will resume tomorrow, July 28, in Montreal, Quebec. A full list of remaining dates and locations can be found here.
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