This Sunday, September 10 Morrissey would have appeared at the Palacio de los Deportes as part of his tour to celebrate his 40 years of career, however, one day before the show Ocesa revealed that the show had been postponed due to illness that afflicted the former leader of The Smiths.
Until that moment, the illness that Morrissey was suffering from and for which he had postponed his concert in Mexico was unknown, however, this Sunday the singer’s official website announced that he was infected with dengue.
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A short statement was published on Morrissey Central in which Morrissey’s fans were informed that the singer had apparently contracted dengue fever upon arriving in Mexico.
“Morrissey’s arrival in Mexico City resulted in a dengue infection. The virus will take 2 to 3 weeks to go away.”
In the statement, which was later deleted from the singer’s page, It was explained that Morrissey was forced to postpone the concerts he had agreed to in Mexico and other countries like Argentina due to dengue.
In the letter it was assured that the British will resume his tour in Florida once he has recovered from dengue.
“The tour will restart in Florida. “Morrissey has not canceled any shows, but the infection makes the immediate two weeks impossible.”
So far Morrissey has not appeared on his social networks to reveal how he is doing after his apparent dengue infection.
Moments that keep Morrissey humble:
Have dengue. pic.twitter.com/Zy9DEBCxJi
— Federico Arias (@corelis) September 10, 2023
Morrissey will return to Mexico in October
After Ocesa revealed that Morrissey’s concert in Mexico had been postponedconfirmed that the singer will revive the show on October 31.
In its message, the company highlighted that tickets purchased for September 10 will be valid for the new date and those who wish to receive a refund can do so through the Ticketmaster website.