Taylor Swift, down with bronchitis, has canceled three more gigs.
The 21-year-old Country Music star, currently on the North American leg of her Speak Now World Tour, canceled her July 2 concert in Louisville, hours before the show, due to illness. The show was rescheduled to October 11.
She was to perform at Charlotte, NC, on July 8. followed by a two day stop in Atlanta on July 9 and 10; all three gigs now stand canceled.
A post on her website says:
"Just wanted to update you guys on Taylor's health. She has bronchitis and although she is getting better, she has been advised by her doctor that she is not well enough to perform this week. Her concert dates in Charlotte and Atlanta have been rescheduled and she plans to resume the Speak Now tour in Montreal. Charlotte will now be November 16. Atlanta will now be October 1. Thank you for your concern!"
Taylor has 10 remaining shows for the month of July.
Swift's 98-show tour spanning across 17 countries kicked off on February 9 in Singapore and is scheduled to end on November 22 in NYC Madison Square Garden