The Chicks have promised fans that they will return for an early end to their concert at the Ruoff Music Center on Sunday night. Fans left The Chicks concert disappointed Sunday night after a 13-year-old Grammy-winning country band prematurely ended their show.
The Chicks are due to perform at 7:30 pm at the Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville. But concertgoers say the band finished the show less than half an hour after the stage.
In a post on Noblesville Chatter, one concert attendant said that Maines mentioned his allergies at the beginning of the show. The singer also told the audience that he had received a steroid injection to try to start the show. Many fans on the site tweeted about it. In response to a tweet from fans, Ruoff said fans should keep their tickets and that they was working to translate the show.
It is not clear why The Chicks suddenly stopped the concert. 13News addressed Ruoff and Live Nation, but was unheard of at the time of publication.
However, one shared a video claiming that it was a show last night, and in the video Natalie Maines apologized and said, “I can’t do it.” She also told fans that anyone could get tickets. The group posted a message to their Indiana fans on social media. “Indianapolis, we’re sorry we can’t give you the show you deserve, OR the show we want to show you. We’re going back to Indianapolis. Tickets.”
Chicks say ticket holders can be contacted at the “official point of purchase” for more information.
Ruoff Music Center told fans that the show will be played later.
“Hold your ticket while we’re working on the show,” the site said in a tweet.
The abrupt end of Sunday came just two days after The Chicks performed at Bonnaroo in Manchester, Tennessee.