Country star Willie Nelson has cancelled the remaining dates of his current tour, citing health problems.
That's good news for Upstate NY concert goers, who will still get to see Willie Nelson play the Outlaw Music Festival at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center on September 7, and Darien Lake on September 8.
"I'm sorry to cancel my tour, but I have a breathing problem that I need to have a doctor check out", Nelson wrote.
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Blackbird Presents, producers of the Outlaw Music Festival tour issued a statement later Thursday morning clarifying that Nelson was not canceling the entire tour, only a "handful of shows in August".
Nelson was scheduled for 30 more shows, including a stop in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Friday and a grand finale at Thackerville, Oklahoma in November.
Nelson, 86, made the announcement following his show in Toledo, Ohio Wednesday evening. The Associated Press reports the 86-year-old was also scheduled to appear at the Farm Aid concert with Dave Matthews, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Bonnie Raitt on September 21.