Lady GaGa, who drew some fans’ ire when she moved recent Chicago and Detroit concerts to new venues, is now trying to reschedule several shows she had to cancel due to exhaustion.
GaGa’s current Monster Ball Tour has been very popular, but it is believed to be losing money due to its logistics and massive scale.
Earlier in the month, the disco singer-songwriter was forced to move several shows in Chicago and Detroit to larger arenas to accommodate the stage production, but she forced the initial ticket buyers to re-buy tickets instead of honoring the original tickets.
In a recent statement on her Web site, GaGa’s representatives said the artist hopes to reschedule the shows.
“Due to exhaustion and dehydration, Lady Gaga collapsed and passed out before her show last night in West Lafayette, IN,” read the statement on January 15. “Her physician has advised her to take a few days off to rest. As a result – the following shows are cancelled: January 16 – Borgata Casino, Atlantic City; January 17 – Oakdale Theatre, Wallingford CT. The January 18 performance at Mohegan Sun Arena is POSTPONED. A new rescheduled date is to be announced. Tickets for the January 18 Mohegan Sun date will be honored at the rescheduled date. Refunds can be made at point of purchase. Ticket holders for the cancelled shows will have first access to tickets for the new date(s) to be scheduled. Those dates will be announced in the near future.”