(CelebrityAccess) — American indie-folk band Beirut has canceled the all remaining dates for 2019 as founder and frontman Zach Condon continues to battle with health issues.
In a post to their social media on Monday, the band announced: “Due to Zach receiving a diagnosis of acute laryngitis earlier this Summer and it being a reoccurring issue going into the Fall, the rest of the performances for the band this year are cancelled.”
“Zach has been advised not to sing or tour. Band and crew are very sorry to share that news as we all looked very much forward to each of these shows and to seeing everyone.”
In July, Beirut canceled a spate of performances following the initial diagnosis and canceled a host of the band’s shows in Europe.
Dates affected by the most recent cancellation include performances at the Wein Open Air Festival, Austin City Limits, and the Ogden Theater in Denver, among others.
Beirut, which was originally formed as a solo project of Zach Condon, the group has grown to feature six musicians for live performances. Beirut was touring behind their 5th studio album “Gallipoli” which dropped in February via the iconic label 4AD.