Blink-182 cancels April 3 concert in CDMX – El Sol de México

The group Blink-182 canceled their second presentation at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City, this after their bassist, Mark Hoppus, presented with bronchitis that worsened during the night of Wednesday.

It should be noted that the band performed this weekend at the Tecate Pa’l Norte festival, as well as this Tuesday night in the capital. In this last show, where they brought together more than 18 thousand people, the musician even joked about his illness.

“I’m sorry, I’m really sick, the doctor says I shouldn’t even be here tonight, but I wouldn’t miss it for the damn world,” he said last night. “I feel like I’m dying, but it’s nice to die here with you.”

Although his voice sounded congested, he finished the hour and a half of the show without any setbacks, and they even took the opportunity to invite the audience to sing his fragments of the song “Up all night.”

The Ocesa company reported on its social networks that for those who purchased their ticket online, the refund will be automatically reflected on their cards. For those who bought at the box office, they will be able to come starting Monday, April 8, to get their money back.

This is the second time that the band has canceled their shows in Mexico, since last year they were unable to perform due to an injury suffered by drummer Travis Baker, so their visit was postponed for a year.

So far no information has been given about the two remaining concerts, scheduled for April 5 and 6 at the aforementioned venue.

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