Guns N’ Roses postponed their concert at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on Saturday (Sept. 9) following an unspecified illness.

“Gunners, the concert scheduled for St. Louis on September 9 has been postponed due to illness,” GNR wrote on X (formerly Twitter) Friday. “Hang on to your tickets – fans who are unable to make the rescheduled date will be eligible for a refund.”

The post didn’t specify which member was ill, but 61-year-old frontman Axl Rose recently struggled with vocal issues during the group’s concert in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on Sept. 1.

“My apologies I was a little horse .. Fun night, Great Crowd!! Great Venue!! N’ great to be back!! Again my apologies and thank you!!” the singer wrote on X after the show.

GNR’s next concert is scheduled for Tuesday (Sept. 12) at Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tenn. From there, the band has North American stadium and festival dates booked through mid-October.

Last month, the hard-touring Rock and Roll Hall of Famers dropped new single “Perhaps.” The piano-driven track follows 2021 songs “Absurd (aka Silkworms)” and “Hard Skool,” which are both reportedly from the 2008 Chinese Democracy album era.

See Guns N’ Roses’ postponment announcement on X below.





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