Adam Lambert, who is the current frontman of Queen, shared a statement on Instagram and announced that his upcoming Las Vegas shows were cancelled due to the Covid-19 measures.

Almost a month ago, the iconic musician Adam Lambert announced that he had to cancel his promo appearances in Los Angeles, New York, and London; and reschedule his shows at the Venetian Theatre in Las Vegas due to coronavirus pandemic. Later, Adam shared the new dates of these cancelled shows with the fans via his Instagram account.

However, recently, Adam posted a statement on Instagram and shared some news that would upset the fans. Apparently, he had to cancel his Las Vegas performances which had been rescheduled for October 16 – 24. Adam also stated the ticket holders would be able to receive their money back within 30 days.

Furthermore, Queen’s talented vocalist mentioned the reason for the cancellation which was protecting the health and safety of his band and fans. Lastly, Adam stated that he was wishing to see the fans soon ‘on the other side of this.’

Here’s the statement was written by Adam Lambert regarding the update on his upcoming shows:

“Unfortunately my Las Vegas performances scheduled for October 16-24 at the Venetian are now cancelled. Tickets will be refunded at the point of purchase within 30 days.

Thank you for understanding, there’s nothing more important to me than the health and safety of my fans, band, and crew. Take care of yourselves and each other and I look forward to seeing you on the other side of this.”

See Adam Lambert’s statement he shared on Instagram below.