Orville Peck postpones tour due to mental and physical concerns

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Orville Peck is postponing the remainder of his Bronco Tour due to concerns about his mental and physical health.

Orville Peck has postponed the remainder of his Bronco Tour, a series of summer performances across North America that began June 20 due to concerns about his mental and physical health. The “Dead of Night” singer shared the news Instagramexpressed his sorrow and regret at the decision and hoped his fans would understand.

“This was one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever had to make, but I have come to realize that my current mental and physical health will not allow me to be my best for you,” Peck writes. “My fans mean the absolute world to me and I am so incredibly grateful to every single person who bought a ticket to see us play; I don’t take it for granted.”

“Being on stage is my favorite thing in the world,” the masked country singer continued. “But I need to take this time to rejuvenate my mind and body so I can come back stronger and healthier than before and do what I love for many more years to come. I really hope you can understand.”

Orville Pecks Bronco Tour began with a sold-out opening performance at Madison Square Garden and was scheduled to conclude August 10 at the Bridge at Santa Fe Brewing Company in New Mexico. The 11-date tour was also scheduled to stop in Columbus, Cleveland, Asbury Park, Indianapolis, Omaha, Kansas City and more.

Peck’s Bronco Tour was originally launched as a series of concerts that took place last summer and continued into early spring. She has been intermittent from appearing at music festivals including Coachella, Stagecoach and Boston Calling. His last headlining tour was in 2021 for his full-length debut album. Pony. bronco is the singer’s second full-length album.