Contemporary Christian band Casting Crowns has rescheduled its Spokane show, originally scheduled for Saturday, to Sept. 26.
According to lead singer Mark Hall, vocal issues are to blame for the cancellation of the “It’s Finally Christmas” tour.
“It is nothing that can’t be cured and I can’t recover from, but the only thing I can do right now is rest and be quiet,” he said in a statement.
Hall said he and the rest of the band are upset they can’t spend the holiday season with fans, but they’re looking forward to the fall tour.
“Until then, I’ve got to have a quiet Christmas,” he said. “I’ll be praying for you guys, and ask that you pray for us. Thank you so much for understanding. Our prayers are with you, and remember we’re all here for Only Jesus!
Casting Crowns released its latest album, “Only Jesus,” on Nov. 16.
Tickets to the “It’s Finally Christmas” tour will be honored at the rescheduled concert. Those unable to attend the Sept. 26 concert can request a refund before Dec. 31 by calling (800) 325-7328.
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