Cher D2K Tour Announces Postponement of Eight Concert Dates in November
Doctors Advise Additional Rest for the Superstar
The one and only Cher will be postponing eight upcoming shows of her phenomenally successful Dressed to Kill (D2K) Tour this month beginning with her Lubbock, Texas concert which was scheduled on November 9th. The legendary star is on the mend and making an excellent recovery from a recent infection but has been advised by doctors to continue her recuperation at home for a few more weeks. The tour is scheduled to resume on December 2nd in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
The stunning D2K extravaganza began last March in Phoenix and toured across North America for 49 shows to unanimous rave reviews. The forthcoming concerts will include a totally new wardrobe created in a historic collaboration between Cher and longtime designer Bob Mackie. Cher’s current CD “Dressed to Kill” debuted at No. 3 on Billboard’s Top 200 Pop charts and includes the No. 1 dance hit “Woman’s World”.
The postponed dates are as follows:
Nov. 9 Lubbock, Texas
Nov.11 Austin, Texas
Nov.13 Corpus Christi, Texas
Nov.15 Bossier City, Louisiana
Nov.17 Pensacola, Florida
Nov.19 Charleston, South Carolina
Nov.21 Richmond, Virginia
Nov.23 Auburn Hills, Michigan
New dates for these cities will be announced shortly. Tickets will be honored for the newly rescheduled dates or refunds are available at point of purchase. For the latest information and updates on the D2K Tour, please go to CHER.COM.