Queen’s live performance vocalist Adam Lambert has shared a new post on his official Twitter account and made an upsetting statement about his upcoming shows.

COVID-19 is a highly contagious disease spreading across the world with over 270K cases around the globe. Because of this outbreak, most of the musicians decided to postpone or cancel their events and shows.

As you might already know, Adam Lambert released his solo album yesterday, named ‘Velvet,’ and he was hoping for performing this album live. However, he had to delay his concerts due to the coronavirus, and he also postponed his Los Angeles, New York, and London events a week ago.

In the statement, Adam Lambert announced that his performances in April will be postponed to a further date and said that the new dates will be announcing as soon as possible. Also, he wished the best for his followers and shared his goodwill.

Here is what Adam Lambert said:

“My April performances at the Venetian in Las Vegas are being rescheduled in accordance with the state mandate.

Please hang on to your tickets and we will let you know about new dates and other ticket information as soon as possible. Everyone stay safe, healthy, and support each other. ❤”

A fan named Kathleen added this comment:

“Trying times. Hope to see you on the reschedule as I wasn’t going to be able to make the April dates! Love how you’ve been working from home!”

Another fan named Danielle Vella replied:

“Thank you so much, Adam, for letting us know and so sorry. But you have mine and all us Lambert’s love and support. We will definitely be streaming VELVET non-stop tomorrow. You stay safe and healthy too. Love you Adam”

You can check his tweet below.

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