The 'Meat Loaf' show due to take place in Nottingham tonight has been postponed.
Organisers at Capital FM Arena Nottingham say the cancellation is down to 'medical reasons' affecting several members of the band.
The show is being rescheduled to the 20th May.
– Capital FM Arena Nottingham
Customers are advised to retain their ticket for the rescheduled show as all tickets remain valid for the new date.
In the unfortunate event that customers are unable to attend the rescheduled date, full refunds will be available from point of sale from tomorrow morning – Monday, 15 April 2013 from 9am.
Meat Loaf is to play a "final goodbye" to fans by performing his hit album Bat Out Of Hell in full for the first time at a series of shows, including shows in Birmingham and Nottingham.
Meat Loaf, 65, previously announced he was retiring five years ago, but has continued to perform.
The dates were announced as his chance to "bid a final goodbye to his fans", and a publicist said they understood this was going to be his last tour.
He will be at Birmingham's LG Arena on April 12th and Nottingham's Capital FM Arena on April 14th.
The singer said: "I know the fans will enjoy the show as much as I enjoyed putting it together."