The Chicks postpone three tour dates after stopping weekend show

In the wake of a 30-minute show cancellation in Indianapolis, The Chicks have postponed three upcoming tour dates.

The band formerly known as The Dixie Chicks, comprised of Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer, released an announcement about their tour on Twitter Monday.

To comply with strict doctor’s orders for vocal rest, a post on their website stated that the Chicks would have to postpone their upcoming shows.

The Chicks have postponed three of their upcoming tour dates after calling time on a Saturday night show in Indianapolis after just 30 minutes of the show.

It was decided to postpone and reschedule the performances in Noblesville, Indiana; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Clarkston, Michigan.

Patty Griffin, the band’s longtime lead singer, will continue to perform with them at these dates, and all tickets will be honored.

After apologies were issued, fans were quick to speculate about why the show was cut short in the comments below the band’s announcement of the cancellation.

On behalf of everyone at AEG Live, we would like to express our deepest condolences to Indianapolis for the inconvenience this has caused. ‘Indy, we’re coming back!’ Tickets are yours to keep, so keep them safe.’

‘Ticket holders,’ they said, would be reached out to at a later time. They also expressed their love for Indianapolis.

Fans responded to their apology on Twitter with the comment, ‘Feel better, indiana allergies are no joke.’

In spite of the fact that the band hasn’t explained why they cut the show short, they apologized and fans were quick to speculate in the comments.

“I’m with Natalie, Cottonwood is a B*tch!,” wrote another person. You’re a true warrior, thanks for doing your best! I’m starting to feel better. When you ladies return, I’ll be there to see the show.

They are currently on a North American tour, which will last until the middle of October.

The band’s latest studio album, Gaslighter, was released two years prior to this tour.

This is the band’s first album under their new moniker, and it’s their eighth studio album overall.