By Sam Sodomsky and Amanda Wicks.
At his concert in Tucson, Arizona on Monday night, Morrissey ended the show early after announcing that he’d lost his voice. “I left part of my mouth in Guadalajara,” he told the crowd. Morrissey has now canceled his show that was scheduled to take place Wednesday night at the Tobin Center in San Antonio, Stereogum reports. The venue has promised refunds to ticket-holders, and in a message posted to its website, referenced the incident in Tucson. “Following health concerns stemming from Morrissey’s appearance in Tucson, it is with great sadness that tonight’s sold out engagement in San Antonio at the Tobin Center is cancelled to allow him to fully recuperate,” the statement reads. Moz’s next concert (Friday, April 14) is still on, but it will no longer be at Houston’s White Oak Music Hall. The concert will now take place at Smart Financial Centre in Sugar Land, Texas due to “the large amounts of rain in the area.” Both venues confirmed the move on their respective Facebook pages, and all Houston tickets are valid at the Sugar Land show.
Read “No Need to Say Goodbye: Morrissey’s (Supposed) Last UK Stand” on the Pitch.
This story originally appeared on Pitchfork.
More from Pitchfork: