David Archuleta Cancels Entire 2022 Tour to Heal Vocal Issues

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David Archuleta announces that he’s canceling the rest of his OK All Right Tour due to vocal cord issues.

“After lots of thought and consideration with my team and the venues, we have decided to cancel the OK, All Right tour,” the American idol season 7 alum writes on Instagram. “I am still healing from my vocal issue and it’s going to require a lot more time than I originally anticipated. I want to be sure to heal so I can come back without having done anything that could do permanent damage.”

The singer apologizes to his fans, “I am so sorry for any inconvenience this causes. I really thought the third time was the charm. My team and I are extremely sorry for the last minute notice and understand the inconvenience this may cause. Automatic refunds will be issued, please contact point of purchase with questions.”

“I so appreciate everyone who bought a ticket and was willing to support especially after a difficult time for everyone including myself,” David concludes. “Much love to all of you. (Korean heart)”

David canceled first tour date only hours before showtime

Mere hours before taking the stage at the Troubadour in Los Angeles to kick off his tour on February 7, David canceled the show. He subsequently released a statement: “David has received doctor’s orders that due to a vocal strain he will need to postpone the next several shows on the tour. It was not an easy decision to make but ultimately David will need vocal rest in order to make the quickest recovery and pick back up the tour as soon as possible.”

Initially, David cancelled the first two weeks of the tour, adding that his vocal cords hemorrhaged. Guidence from his doctors would determine if and when he could return to the tour.  “I’m going to follow the doctor’s guidance on how long it will be,” he wrote on Instagram. “I’m starting with 10 days of vocal rest and will have to see from there how the recovery goes and if I will be able to get back to the remaining shows. ”

“I’m so sorry to anyone who had bought tickets to the first shows and were looking forward to it, especially after already having to reschedule twice before due to covid restrictions,” David wrote.”I so appreciate your support and your patience. I’m sorry I am keeping you all waiting even longer. I hope you can understand that I have to rest to avoid causing further injury.”



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