Rod Stewart Cancells

Following the advise of his doctor, Rod Stewart has regretfully been forced to cancel his concert on Wednesday, October 24 at the Ford Idaho Center Arena in Boise, ID.

Stewart fractured his foot while playing football with his two sons early this month and had been ordered by his doctors to keep weight off his foot and wear a cast/boot until it healed. Defying his doctor’s advise, Stewart told fans “the show must go on” and performed in St. Paul, Kansas City and Santa Barbara last week causing additional swelling and stress to the fracture.

Stewart said: “I’m especially disappointed that I’m sidelined for the Boise show. I’d looked forward to this one since April and apologize to the fans for missing it. It’s time I listen to my doctor, and my foot, and stay off it.”

Ticket refunds will be available from the original point of purchase. Tickets purchased at IC Tickets will automatically be refunded. For questions call 208-442-3232.

 

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