The 71-year-old singer-songwriter’s sold-out show at Albany’s Palace Theater on Tuesday, June 13 has been cancelled, with the venue announced on facebook Monday, June 12. No reason was given for the move.

Ticket holders were told they could get their money back at the point of purchase.

The same information was shared on Mellencamp’s official Facebook and Twitter accounts.

Mellencamp kicked off his “live and in-person tour” on February 5 in Bloomington, Indiana. The tour is scheduled to conclude on Saturday, June 24 in South Bend, Indiana.

A few months ago, Mellencamp postponed two shows in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in April 2023 due to illness.

As of Monday night, his upcoming shows in Syracuse on Wednesday, June 14 and Thursday, June 15 in Buffalo are still going ahead as planned.

Mellencamp, of the heartland rock genre, was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2008 and the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2018.

His hits include ’80s hits “Jack & Diane”, “Hurts So Good”, “Small Town” and “Cherry Bomb”.

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