Looks like Clevelanders are going to have to wait another few weeks to catch Bob Seger on his new tour. Mr. Rock & Roll Never Forgets has postponed tomorrow's concert at Quicken Loans Arena until May 26.
According to a press release, "Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band regret to announce that tomorrow night’s show in Cleveland must be rescheduled due to illness. Mr. Seger is under the weather with flulike symptoms and does not want to give less than the best possible performance for his fans."
So there you go.
Tickets for tomorrow night's show will be honored at the make-up date at Quicken Loans Arena on May 26.
You can always amuse yourself by stripping to your tighty whities and dancing to "Old Time Rock & Roll" like Alf. —Michael Gallucci
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