Chicks apologize to fans after show ending mid-concert in Indianapolis: ‘We’re so sorry’

Chicks apologize to fans after show ending mid-concert in Indianapolis: ‘We’re so sorry’

The Chicks tackle their abrupt departure from the Indianapolis stage.

On Sunday night, the country music band left fans wanting more as they ended their show mid-concert after about 30 minutes of performance, local news channel WTHR-TV reports.

“Indianapolis, we’re so sorry we couldn’t give you the show you deserved OR the show we wanted to give you,” the band wrote in a statement released on Instagram after the incident. “We’ll be back in Indianapolis!! Hold your tickets.”

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“We love you Indianapolis,” the statement added after explaining that cardholders will contact the official point of sale with more information.

Mandatory Mention: Photo by John D Shearer/Shutterstock (12993431x) The Chicks perform at the Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, IN.  The Chicks in Concert with Patty Griffin Supporting, Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville, IN, USA - June 19, 2022

Mandatory Mention: Photo by John D Shearer/Shutterstock (12993431x) The Chicks perform at the Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, IN. The Chicks in Concert with Patty Griffin Supporting, Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville, IN, USA – June 19, 2022

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The band — which consists of members Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer — released another statement later on Monday saying they have been “forced” to postpone several shows of their tour this summer, including stops in Indiana, Ohio. and Michigan, as a result of “doctor’s orders for vocal rest.”

According to the statement, those shows have been moved to September and October. The band now plays in Clarkston, Michigan on September 28, in Noblesville, Indiana on September 30, and in Cincinnati, Ohio on October 2.

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The Chicks’ representative did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

Mandatory Mention: Photo by Matt Baron/BEI/Shutterstock (12990677im) Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer - The Chicks Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Day 2, Manchester, Tennessee, USA - June 17, 2022

Mandatory Mention: Photo by Matt Baron/BEI/Shutterstock (12990677im) Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Strayer – The Chicks Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Day 2, Manchester, Tennessee, USA – June 17, 2022

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Last month, the band opened up to PEOPLE about their summer 2022 tour, including their plan to play a particular song they haven’t performed in over two decades.

“We’ll play different songs [from Gaslighter]”But if you come to more than one show, you might get to see that whole album,” Maines, 47, said at the time. “That’s for the fans, but it’s also for us because we’re so long and hard on the record, a big part of the reward is playing them live.”

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“We’re going to play a fun game where we’ll have six numbers that correspond to dice, and we’ll throw the dice on the stage and play whatever number we want,” she explained. “One song that was our first #1 that we haven’t played in over 20 years because I don’t care is ‘There’s Your Trouble,’ and [it’s] in the six songs, so we’ll be playing ‘There’s Your Trouble’ for the first time in over 20 years.”

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