Our thoughts and prayers are with the beloved singer Billy Joel

Sunday was the day that Billy Joel’s audience found out the singer would not be appearing at the year’s final concert he was scheduled to headline (Dec. 18). It has been brought to everyone’s attention that Joel is sick, and he has been advised to take some time off to rest his voice.

On Twitter and Instagram, Joel wrote, “I’m disappointed to share that I’m under doctor’s orders for vocal rest due to a viral infection so unfortunately, I must postpone my concert at Madison Square Garden on Monday, December 19th to June.”

The concert was originally scheduled to take place on Monday, December 19th. This was a reaction to the report that the concert would have to be moved to a different date.

He said, “I’m so sorry to let you know so close to the day of the event, but I was hoping to be closer to a full recovery by now.” “I’m so sorry to let you know so close to the day of the show.”

“I’m really sorry to have to tell you this so close to the day of the event,” the speaker said. ” Despite our best efforts, that did not materialize. In the coming year, I hope we will have the opportunity to get caught up on each other’s lives.

The ceremony that was scheduled to take place on Monday evening has been postponed until June 2, 2023, according to an additional statement that a spokesman provided for Joel and that was posted on his official website:

There is no need to exchange any of the tickets that were purchased for the event that took place on December 19, 2022, as they will all be good for entry on Friday, June 2, 2023. The performance in question took place on December 19, 2022.

Take into consideration the possibility that the performance on June 2 will be relocated or postponed if it turns out that it will conflict with a playoff game. If you require any additional information, please visit www.msg.com for more details. Thank you.

The next installment of Joel’s Madison Square Garden franchise run is scheduled to begin on January 13, 2023, right where it left off the previous year.