Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel is in very stable condition after he was admitted to a Las Vegas hospital Monday morning with fluid in his lungs and low oxygen levels, later diagnosed as pneumonia. After performing extended hours in Las Vegas on Sunday night, Gabriel woke up with fever and congestion the next morning and was admitted to an intensive care unit. Gabriel will take a two week rest and will then resume his critically acclaimed “Volver” tour shortly after.
Tickets originally purchased for the Wednesday, April 16, 2014 concert will be honored for Wednesday, May 28th only.
Tickets originally purchased for the Thursday, April 17, 2014 concert will be honored for Thursday, May 8th only.
For any ticket holders unable to attend the new show dates, refunds will be offered and are available through May 1st at the original point of purchase.
The six-time GRAMMY Award nominee has sold out shows across the country for his “Volver” tour which features a full orchestra and Gabriel’s mariachi band on a 360-degree stage. He started his career in the ‘70s and is now considered a musical icon in Mexico. His more notable songs include ballads such as “No tengo dinero,” “Siempre en mi mente,” and “El Noa Noa.”
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