The venue of Vince Neil‘s upcoming live show and New York State-based Hotel, Batavia Downs Gaming, made a recent statement this week and announced that Mötley Crüe frontman will not be performing on his next show.
As you may already remember, Mötley Crüe had to postpone ‘The Stadium Tour’ which they will co-headline with Def Leppard to 2022, and whole band members are trying to get in shape till the beginning of the shows.
Earlier this month, Vince made his first concert of the year and had to leave the stage while he was about the perform ‘Girls Girls Girls.‘ Mötley Crüe admitted that it’s been a long time he’s playing and his voice gone before ending the show all of a sudden.
This week, Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel made an official announcement on their social media accounts and revealed that they had to cancel the upcoming show of Vince due to circumstances beyond their control.
Right after sharing the breaking news with their followers, the official Twitter account of the venue posted yet another tweet to announce that ‘Mark Farner’s American Band’ replaced Vince, and the tickets purchased for Vince concert will still be available on June 18 for those who do not want to get a refund.
Here is the official announcement of Batavia Downs venue:
“Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel announced today that due to circumstances beyond their control, the concert on June 18th, 2021 will no longer feature Vince Neil. Batavia Downs hopes to welcome Vince to Batavia Downs next summer. On June 18th, 2021, Batavia Downs will now welcome Mark Farner’s American Band to the Rockin’ The Downs Summer Concert Series.
Please note that tickets purchased for the Vince Neil concert will still be honored on that date. Those wishing for a refund may do so through their point of purchase. Info can be found inside of your ticket confirmation email. Tickets purchased at the Lucky Treasures gift shop may be refunded during normal gift shop hours.”
You can check out the tweet and how Vince lost his voice right below.
— Mark Farner OFFICIAL (@REALMARKFARNER) June 9, 2021