Six planned gigs of Carlos Santana’s Miraculous Supernatural 2022 tour have been postponed due to tiredness and dehydration following his onstage collapse this week.
Numerous media outlets claim that the management of the 74-year-old guitarist indicated that the musician needed a break and “profoundly regrets” the postponements.
The Performances in Noblesville.
According to Santana’s manager, he’s looking forward to returning to the stage “but his health is our number one priority.” The performances in Noblesville, Indiana, Cincinnati, Ohio, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rogers, Arkansas, Dallas, Texas, and Woodlands, Texas, have all been postponed.
Just minutes before he was scheduled to take the stage with Earth, Wind & Fire at the Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, he received word of the postponements. When the postponement was announced, a “collective moan” was heard among the 20,000 fans, according to the Indianapolis Star. There will be a new date for that show, which is now set for Sunday, August 3.
Following Santana’s hospitalization for passing out during a concert in Clarkston, Michigan, the band announced that they will be resuming their tour. When he collapsed during a performance at Pine Knob Music Theatre, he was swiftly taken care of.
While he was wheeled off stage, concertgoers captured footage of him waving to the crowd. EXCLUSIVE: Donny says Santana “performed for no more than five to 10 minutes if that, then fell down” during the concert he attended.
“Santana gave a great speech about spreading love and compassion before he began playing,” remembers Donny. “He seemed absolutely fine.” His clothing was drenched in sweat around five minutes before he collapsed.
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The Temperature in The Arena Soared Above 90 Degrees.
“… On that particular day, the temperature in the arena soared above 90 degrees, and the air was thick with humidity. With the temperature already at 90 degrees and the numerous lights illuminating him, it had to have been well over 100 degrees up there.
He had been down for at least 30 minutes before the paramedics were able to lift him up.” He “was overcome by heat exhaustion and dehydration,” Santana’s spokesman, Michael Jensen, told ET on Tuesday night.
Medical professionals raced to help Santana when he fell backward while sitting on a drum riser, according to accounts and footage posted to social media.