NOBLESVILLE — What was supposed to be a night of entertainment Saturday at Ruoff Music Center ended in disappointment for many fans when The Chicks cut their concert short.
On social media, many who attended said the band made it through only a few songs.
Some also said lead vocalist Natalie Maines told the crowd she was experiencing allergies before the show was ultimately canceled.
Monday evening, The Chicks announced on social media the Noblesville show is now going to take place on September 30 at Ruoff Music Center. Tickets from Sunday night's show will be accepted at this concert.
The band was also forced to move their shows in Cincinnati, Ohio and Clarkston, Michigan. They will be played on October 2 and September 29 per the release from the band.
It's unclear how many fans were in attendance Sunday night.
In 2020, the band changed its name from The Dixie Chicks to The Chicks. The term Dixie refers to Southern U.S. states, especially those that belonged to the Confederacy, ABC News reported.
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