Incubus Postpones Myrtle Beach Show Amid Illness Incubus Postpones Myrtle Beach Show Amid Illness
The rockers of Incubus had to postpone a show in Myrtle Beach over the weekend after one of the members felt unwell. The gig... Incubus Postpones Myrtle Beach Show Amid Illness

The rockers of Incubus had to postpone a show in Myrtle Beach over the weekend after one of the members felt unwell.

The gig was scheduled to take place at the House of Blues in North Myrtle Beach on Saturday. However, ahead of the show, the group took to Twitter to reveal that the band’s vocalist, Brandon Boyd, was fighting an infection and they would be unable to perform.

“To our fans in Myrtle Beach…we thought we’d be able to see you this weekend, but unfortunately Brandon’s sinus infection has worsened and we will not be able to perform at Saturday night’s show,” the band said in a tweet on Friday night.

The news follows Thursday night’s postponement in Raleigh. On Saturday, Boyd noted on Twitter that the cold “got the better of me the last few days and it’s shifted some plans around.” While shows were unable to go on as planned in Raleigh and Myrtle Beach, he said the group will be back “as soon as possible.”

“Please stay tuned for more information as we are working on rescheduling this show along with the Raleigh date,” the band said in a statement. “We are very sorry but can’t wait to see you all very soon.”

The rescheduled date has not been announced at this time, but tickets will be honored at the new show.

Myrtle Beach was the last stop on Incubus’ fall tour. The trek was meant to honor the 20-year anniversary of Make Yourself, the group’s 1999 record which went double platinum with tracks “Pardon Me,” “Stellar,” and “Drive.” During the tour, fans were able to hear songs from the Make Yourself era, as well as hit tracks from their 30-year career.