Comedian and political analyst Bill Maher was supposed to put on a show in Dallas last month but had to cancel due to what was referred to by Maher as “mechanical plane issues.” The worst thing was that this was to be Maher’s second show since the inauguration of President Donald Trump and the fans were informed of the cancellation while they were in attendance 10 minutes before the show was to start.
Luckily, these fans will get another chance to see Maher as the announcement came with the promise that he would reschedule and ticket holders would get the chance to see him in the near future. Live Nation reported on Wednesday that the Bill Maher Dallas concert has been rescheduled for April 30 at Music Hall at Fait Park. All original tickets for the January show will be honored at this concert.
Bill Maher took to Facebook to apologize to the fans for the missed Dallas concert. In the apology, he said that he has never missed an episode of “Real Time with Bill Maher” or “Politically Incorrect” due to illness or any other reason. He explained the plane he was scheduled to fly in on wouldn’t take off and he took it as his responsibility to make it up as best he could.
There are actually still some available tickets for the Bill Maher Dallas concert available here. The show takes place on April 30 at Music Hall at Fair Park in Dallas. Doors open for the show at 7:30 p.m. CT.