Nickelback has axed all remaining 2015 No Fixed Address Tour dates. The announcement follows the previous cancellation of their second North American tour leg earlier this summer after frontman Chad Kroeger was diagnosed with an intracordal cyst on his voice box that required immediate surgery.
The “How You Remind Me” hitmakers revealed the news via a media release posted Aug. 13 on their official Nickelback website. Kroeger underwent surgery last month, but despite a successful operation, doctors have now recommended that the veteran Canuck rocker refrain from performing for the next 6-9 months in order to fully heal.
Nickelback were slated to resume their world tour with a European tour leg set to launch on Sept 30 in Helsinki, Finland, at Hartwell Arena and wrap up Dec. 7 in Minsk, Belarus, at Minsk Arena, but all dates are now cancelled. Refunds can be made at point of purchase. For more information, click here.
“Most of all, we are sorry to miss our fans out on the road this fall, but Chad’s health, healing and full recovery are what is most important right now,” said Nickelback in a statement. ” With the proper amount of time, we hope to have him back stronger and better than ever before. We thank everyone for their support and understanding during this time and look forward to getting back out on the road and playing music for everyone again real soon.”
The multi-Juno winners have been touring in support of their 8th studio album No Fixed Address, which hit shelves on Nov. 17, 2014http://www.nickelback.com via Republic Records. For the latest details on Nickelback, click here.
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Sept. 30 Helsinki, FI Hartwall Arena
Oct. 2 Stockholm, SE Globe Arena
Oct. 3 Oslo, NO Spektrum
Oct. 5 Herning, DK Boxen
Oct. 7 Hamburg, DE O2 World
Oct. 8 Cologne, DE Lanxess Arena
Oct. 10 Luxembourg, LU Rockhal
Oct. 11 Mannheim, DE SAP Arena
Oct. 13 Lodz, PL Atlas Arena
Oct. 14 Kaunas, LT Kaunas Arena
Oct. 16 Budapest, HU Sportarena
Oct. 17 Prague, CZ O2 Arena
Oct. 19 Berlin, DE O2 World
Oct. 20 Munich, DE Olympiahalle
Oct. 23 Zurich, CH Hallenstadion
Oct. 25 Rome, IT Palalottomatica
Oct. 27 Turin, IT Palaolimpico
Oct. 29 Vienna, AT Stadthalle
Nov. 5 Barcelona, ES Razzmatazz
Nov. 6 Madrid, ES La Riviera
Nov. 8 Paris, FR Le Zenith
Nov. 10 Amsterdam, NL Ziggodome
Nov. 11 Antwerp, BE Lotto Arena
Nov. 13 Sheffield, GB Arena
Nov. 14 Glasgow, GB SSE Hydro Arena
Nov. 16 Newcastle, GB Metro Radio Arena
Nov. 17 Manchester, GB Phones 4U Arena
Nov. 19 Liverpool, GB Echo Arena
Nov. 21 Birmingham, GB Genting Arena
Nov. 22 Nottingham, GB Capital FM Arena
Nov. 24 London, GB Wembley Arena
Dec. 2 Moscow, RU Olimpiyskiy
Dec. 4 St. Petersburg, RU SKK Peterburgsky
Dec. 7 Minsk, BE Minsk Arena