Pink has announced the next two dates of her Summer Carnival tour have been postponed due to ‘family medical issues.’
The songstress – born Alecia Beth Moore Hart – broke the news to fans on Instagram, writing that her October 17 and 18 shows in Tacoma, Washington were in the process of being rescheduled.
Pink, 44, apologized to ticket holders in a statement posted to her account on Monday.
‘Tacoma shows postponed: I am so sorry to inform the Tacoma ticket holders that the two shows October 17 and October 18 (tomorrow and Wednesday) will be postponed,’ Pink’s statement read.
‘Live Nation are working on future dates to reschedule. Family medical issues require our immediate attention. I send everyone my sincerest apologies for any inconvenience this has caused.
‘I send everyone my sincerest apologies’: Pink has announced the next two dates of her Summer Carnival tour have been postponed due to ‘family medical issues’
Breaking the news: The songstress announced the postponement with a statement posted to Instagram
‘I am sending nothing but love and health to all,’ she concluded her statement.
She re-iterated her final message in the caption of the post: ‘I send my sincerest apologies, love and health to all.’
Fans flooded the comments section with their well-wishes and were overwhelmingly positive.
‘Hoping everyone recovers soon! Family and health always come first!!’ one fan posted.
‘Take care of you and the family, we know you dont cancel shows for any reason if not something really serious ❤️’ another wrote.
‘we love you no matter what, i hope you your family, tour family and crew are all okay. sending all of the love to you all,’ one supportive fan posted.
It comes just a day after Pink was forced to clarify she had not been using Israeli flags at her show after receiving ‘threats’ from those believing she had flown them amid the Israel-Hamas war.
She clarified she had actually been using Poi flags throughout her tour.
Speaking up: It comes just a day after Pink was forced to clarify she had not been using Israeli flags at her show after receiving ‘threats’ from those believing she had flown them
Supportive: Fans sent their well-wishes to Pink in the comments section; pictured 2019
She tweeted Sunday: ‘This post will be controversial for some. At this point, breathing is controversial. I am getting many threats because people mistakenly believe I am flying Israeli flags in my show. I am not. I have been using Poi flags since the beginning of this tour.
‘These were used many, many years ago by the Māori people in New Zealand and because they and the Māori people are beautiful to me, we use them. I do not fly flags in my show in support of anything or anyone except the rainbow flag.
‘That will remain my position. I am a human. I believe in peace. Equality. Love. I am deeply saddened by the state of the world. I pray for all of us.’
Israel launched retaliatory strikes against Hamas after the militant group launched a series of attacks nine days ago which killed more than 1,000 people, in the biggest escalation in the region in decades.
Hitting the stage: Pink pictured performing in Paris in June
Hamas militants crossed into Israel from the Gaza Strip, seizing settlements and capturing and murdering civilians celebrating a Jewish holiday.
A music festival attended was one of the first sites to be attacked by the terrorist group, with 260 revelers massacred there.
Survivors described how the gunmen went ‘tree by tree’ executing victims and posted clips of the ordeal to social media, showing how they were forced to hide under bushes and record hushed farewell messages to their loved ones as they watched victims get killed one by one.
Many lay still in sheer terror for more than five hours before they heard the sound of armed rescuers speaking in Hebrew.