Weekend said that one of Canada’s largest telephone networks was shut down nationwide, causing problems with the operation of the venue and “broken heart and heartbreak” after the new stadium tour was postponed.
His pop superstar said he “did my absolute best”, but the problem was “out of our control” due to a breakdown that compromised the safety of fans at his hometown in Toronto. Said.
Rogers Center Stadium, home of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, apologized to its customers and promised that a new date would soon be organized.
The singer’s real name, Abel Tessfay, said on Twitter:
“We were at the venue all day and we couldn’t handle it because of Rogers’ outage. Operation and safety were compromised and I did my best.
“This is the most painful thing. I’ll make this show happen, but unfortunately it’s not tonight.
“I know how long you have been waiting and how hard many people have worked to attend the show and experience this special moment with me.
“I can’t wait to see you all.”
“We are pleased to announce that the suspension of the weekend tour at Rogers Center has been postponed due to the suspension of services that affect the operation of the venue,” read a statement posted online from the venue.
“New show dates will be shared as soon as possible and tickets will be respected.
“I’m sorry for the inconvenience caused by understanding how disappointing this is.”
Weekend will embark on a multi-stadium tour titled All Hours Til Dawn following the release of his fifth studio album, Dawn FM.
A statement from the tour promoter Live Nation said: i’m back. “