Rainbow Kitten Surprise fans ‘disturbed’ as tour is canceled due to ‘medical crisis’

Rainbow Kitten Surprise announce that all dates for this year’s tour have been cancelled. Fans were disappointed with the news but were particularly concerned for the band’s well-being after it was revealed that one of their members was going through a “medical crisis”.

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This news came as quite a surprise given the new one trip just started a week ago. The Rainbow Kitten Surprise tour was scheduled to run from May to November, with August being the only month for it tape have free But now it looks like fans will have to wait an unpredictably long time to see RKS IRL.

Rainbow Kitten Surprise has canceled the first two tour dates

Drop Stop Roll hitmakers Rainbow Kitten Surprise were supposed to hit the streets this May. Her first appointment was scheduled for May 17, 2023 in Orlando, Florida. Another date from Florida arrived in St. Petersburg the next day. With both shows sold out, there was great anticipation for what the tour would bring. But at the last minute, Rainbow Kitten Surprise canceled the first two tour dates.

Just before the first night of the tour, the band announced that they would not be able to play the first two dates in Florida. “Due to band illness we are unable to play in St. Petersburg and Hangout,” the band wrote in a statement on Instagram. Here the fans were made aware of the potential for the first time Health Issue faced by a band member. “We are devastated that this week will not go as planned,” the band added.

Rainbow Kitten Surprise are on indefinite hiatus after canceled tour

While the band only confirmed six days ago that the cancelled With tour dates being pushed back, another change of plans appears to be in the works.

On May 23, more than a week before Rainbow Kitten Surprise’s scheduled next tour performance in Washington, DC, the band confirmed that the tour had been canceled entirely. A few weeks ago the band added several new tour dates, including two in Australia, so this move came as a big surprise.

Not only has the 2023 RKS tour been cancelled, but the band is also taking an indefinite hiatus while one of the members recovers from a medical crisis. “Our band has determined that our health is our only priority right now,” they wrote in a second Instagram statement. “One of our members is going through a medical crisis. To ensure they have the time to receive the proper treatment, we have decided to cancel the entire show year and turn off the lights for the time being.”

“We will not set a timetable for our return,” they added. “We will return when we are sure that our dear friend and collaborator is well.”

The band canceled their performances last year due to psychological reasons

Last summer, Rainbow Kitten Surprise announced they were canceling some dates to take care of their mental health.

“It is with a heavy heart that we have decided to cancel the remaining dates in July and August. After being on hiatus for the past few years due to the pandemic, we were excited to get back to touring,” the band said in a statement allegedly read.

“As great as it was singing and dancing with you guys every night, life on the streets has finally reached its peak. I have decided that it is in my best interest and ours to use this time to regroup and focus on my sanity. Thank you for all your concern and understanding. “The band and I love you all so much,” wrote singer Ela Melo.

So far, there has been no further comment from the band on the well-being of its members. However, we are sure that all RKS fans around the world wish them a speedy recovery and some respite away from the tour.

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Emma Bowman

Emma Bowman is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma Bowman joined USTimeToday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Emma Bowman by emailing EmmaBowman@ustimetoday.com.

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