Chris Young forced to postpone 3 concerts due to strep throat

Chris Young is out on his 2015 I'm Comin' Over world tour, but the tour just hit a small road block as he had to cancel a show scheduled for Dec. 3. According to The Boot on Thursday, Young posted on his Facebook page that he was forced to cancel the tour stop that night in Duluth, Minnesota, because a doctor would not allow him to perform. It probably was a smart move, because Young is suffering from strep throat.

Nothing can disrupt a tour more than throat problems. Most other medical conditions can be worked through, but when a singer has a bad throat, that destroys any chance of performing up to standard for fans. According to Young, he is sorry to let the fans down but he promised to reschedule the show for early 2016 and said that he would release a new date for the makeup show in the next day. All people with tickets will have those honored for the new show and anyone who can't make the new date will get a refund.

The I'm Coming Over was scheduled to end on Dec. 5 Young announced on his website that his illness will affect his upcoming shows this week in Rochester, Minnesota, and Green Bay, Wisconsin. The makeup dates for those shows were immediately rescheduled for January. The Green Bay show will take place on Jan. 7, the Rochester show on Jan. 8, and the Duluth show on Jan. 9. After that, Young will take a short break before the next leg of the tour starts.

The Chris Young I'm Comin' Over world tour will then kick off again in Massachusetts on Jan. 21 with a show at the Lowell Memorial Auditorium. He will then stay on the road with his tour until Feb. 26, where he will wrap things up with a show at the Lyric Opera House in Baltimore. He also has future dates lined up at the Off the Rails Country Music Festival in Texas on April 23, Stagecoach 2016 in Indio, California on April 29, and the Craven Country Jamboree in Canada on June 16.