Justin Timberlake has cancelled yet another show due to medical issues with his vocal cords.
Live Nation announced on Tuesday Timberlake was forced to postpone two upcoming performances in Edmonton on Sunday, Nov. 4 and Monday, Nov. 5.
“Fans are encouraged to hold onto their tickets pending information on rescheduling,” Live Nation said in a news release published by Global. “Justin Timberlake is sorry for the inconvenience to his fans.” The cancellation was caused “as a result of bruised vocal cords.”
Last Wednesday, Timberlake announced he was cancelling a scheduled concert that night at Madison Square Garden in New York City, and the following day revealed that his upcoming show on Sunday, in Buffalo, has also been postponed; the concert will now take place on Dec. 19.
“Timberlake is sorry for the inconvenience to his fans and looks forward to seeing everyone at the rescheduled events,” reads a message from Live Nation addressing the two postponed shows.
On Wednesday, the “Man of the Woods” singer addressed fans on Instagram, revealing his doctor advised him to take the night off in order to rest his vocal cords, which he described as “severely bruised.”
However, he promised to make it up to fans in the Big Apple when he returns for a makeup show on Jan. 31, which just happens to be the date of his 38th birthday.
The day before making his announcement, Timberlake appeared to be in good spirits in a video he shared from backstage at MSG. Watch: