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Morrissey cancels his remaining tour dates, citing lasting illness and general lack of vim, vigor

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Citing his general wimpiness after a prolonged struggle with a bleeding ulcer, Barrett’s esophagus, and double pneumonia, Morrissey has cancelled the rest of his North American tour. What a baby. Why can’t he just take, like, double pneumonia medicine? Is it because it’s tested on animals or something?

Anyway, according to a press release, the ex-Smiths singer wishes to thank “all of his fans for their well wishes and thoughts,” presumably doing so while gently sniffling from his posh, pillow-covered bed and/or struggling with an unrelenting burning in his throat and gut that's left him feeling too horrible to sing.


Refunds for the cancelled shows are available at the point of purchase.

Morrissey tour 2013 cancelled dates
March 18—Liberty Hall—Lawrence, Kansas
March 19—Rococo Theatre—Lincoln, Nebraska
March 22—Orpheum—Minneapolis, Minnesota
March 23—Chicago Theater—Chicago, Illinois
March 27—Surf Ballroom—Clear Lake, Iowa
March 29—Ryman Auditorium—Nashville, Tennessee
March 30—Cobb Energy Center—Atlanta, Georgia
April 2—Orange Peel—Asheville, North Carolina
April 3—National—Richmond, Virginia
April 6—Tower Theater—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
April 8—Whiting Auditorium—Flint, Michigan
April 9—Murat Theater—Indianapolis, Indiana
April 12—Jefferson Theater—Beaumont, Texas
April 13—Pharr Entertainment Center—Pharr, Texas
April 15—Palladium—Dallas, Texas
April 16—Austin Music Hall—Austin, Texas
April 19—Marquee Theater—Phoenix, Arizona
April 20—The Chelsea At The Cosmopolitan—Las Vegas, Nevada
April 23—Tricky Falls—El Paso, Texas
April 26—Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre—Denver, Colorado
April 28—Kingsbury Hall—Salt Lake City, Utah
April 30—The Warfield—San Francisco, California