The Chicks are speaking out about their unexpected withdrawal from the Indianapolis stage.
According to local news station WTHR-TV, the country music band left fans wanting more when they ended their show mid-concert after around 30 minutes on Sunday night.
“Indianapolis, we are so sorry we were unable to provide you with the show you deserved OR the show we wanted to provide you with,” the band said in an Instagram message following the event. “Indianapolis, we’ll be back!! Keep your tickets safe.”
“We love you, Indianapolis,” the statement continued, after stating that ticket holders would be contacted by the official point of purchase for additional information.
The band — Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire, and Emily Strayer — later published a statement on Monday saying they were “had to postpone” some gigs from their summer tour, including visits in Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan, due to “doctor’s instructions for vocal rest.”
Those events have been rescheduled for September and October, according to the announcement. The band will now perform in Clarkston, Michigan, on September 28th, Noblesville, Indiana, on September 30th, and Cincinnati, Ohio, on October 2nd.
A spokesman for the Chicks did not immediately respond to a request for comment from PEOPLE.
Last month, the band talked to PEOPLE about their summer tour in 2022, revealing their plans to perform a song they haven’t played in almost two decades.
Maines, 47, said at the time, “We’ll rotate different songs [from Gaslighter], but if you come to more than one show, you could get to see the full album performed.” “That’s for the fans, but it’s also for us because, after working so long and hard on the record, getting to perform them live is a big part of the payoff.”
“We’re going to perform a fun game where we’ll roll the dice on stage and play whatever song we choose,” she explained. “‘There’s Your Trouble,’ which was our first No. 1 and which I haven’t played in over 20 years because I don’t like it,’ is in the six songs, so we will be playing ‘There’s Your Trouble,’ for the first time in over 20 years.”