Nine Inch Nails were forced to cancel a show in Los Angeles on Thursday after frontman Trent Reznor fell ill. Due to the illness NIN will be canceling the third to last show on their farewell tour.
Nine Inch Nails were forced to cancel a show in Los Angeles on Thursday after frontman Trent Reznor fell ill. In a statement released on the band’s official website, the group announced that they would be canceling the third last show on their farewell “Wave Goodbye” tour. “We’re very sorry to announce that Trent is ill, and on his doctor’s orders we will not be able to perform tonight’s show at the Henry Fonda Theater,” said the statement, which was posted early Thursday morning. “This is the only information we have at this time, we’re posting this early announcement as a convenience for those of you who had plans to attend,” the statement continued. “Reimbursement details will be posted as soon as we figure them out; likely within the next 24 hours.” The show at the Henry Fonda Theater was one of a handful of smaller-venue dates that Nine Inch Nails were playing before quitting touring for good. Previous shows on the tour included full performances of the classic The Downward Spiral album, which was released in 1994. Reznor previously mentioned during a performance on August 30 at the Virgin Festival in Toronto that he was getting sick. During Wednesday night’s show at the Hollywood Palladium, he called new-wave pioneer Gary Numan on stage with the band to sing two of his songs, “Metal” and “Cars.” Nine Inch Nails has two dates remaining on their farewell tour, both in Los Angeles at the Wiltern and the Echoplex on September 5 and September 6, respectively.