Illenium announced on Twitter that his shows in London, Cologne, and Haag will have to be postponed due to a family emergency.
The Denver-based DJ/producer made the announcement just before the weekend and promised refunds to all ticket holders as well as efforts to reschedule the shows as soon as possible. Later on, he posted a heartfelt note to fans apologizing for the cancellation and providing more insight into what happened.
While in Paris, Illenium's girlfriend suffered a medical emergency and was hospitalized for five days. She did not have anyone available to stay with her, prompting Miller to cancel his shows to remain by her side.
Illenium also went on to show his love to his fans for their support and explain that after a big scare his girlfriend is doing much better and was released from the hospital. He also let fans know that news about the reschedule will arrive soon.
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We wish her the best of luck and hope for a speedy recovery.
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