George Ezra’s team issues new health statement as he is ‘unbelievably unwell’

George Ezra’s team have issued a new health update on his health, after he came down “unbelievably bad” on Wednesday. Ezra has canceled more concerts as he battles an illness, his team confirmed Thursday.

George’s team wrote: “Hello everyone, unfortunately, although George’s symptoms are improving, he is still experiencing acute vertigo. Following further consultation with a doctor this morning, his show at the First Direct Arena in Leeds tonight will not be able to proceed as planned.”

They added: “Luckily we have been able to reschedule the two postponed shows. George’s show at the First Direct Arena in Leeds will now take place on Wednesday 5th April 2023. And George’s show at The O2 Arena in London will now take place on Thursday April 6, 2023.”

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“Again, we would like to apologize for the postponement of the London and Leeds dates, and to everyone who traveled ahead of the shows. All tickets will remain valid for the new dates and we really hope you are able to attend. Thank you for all your support.” good wishes to George,” the team continued.

Ezra canceled a performance at London’s O2 Arena after being diagnosed with acute vertigo. The 29-year-old singer-songwriter’s Twitter page said Tuesday that he began to feel “incredibly unwell” before seeking medical attention.

The statement read: “Hello everyone, unfortunately George began to feel incredibly unwell this afternoon. A doctor diagnosed him with acute vertigo and as a result we sincerely regret to announce that tonight’s show at London’s O2 will not be able to perform.” go ahead as planned.”


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