Matthew Good continues to recover in Edmonton hospital and under the advisement of doctors, he will not be able to perform at Thursday night’s Prince George show in the CN Centre. Good collapsed on stage in Edmonton Monday evening, apparently suffering from pneumonia.
That prompted organizers to move the Prince George show, originally scheduled for Wednesday, to Thursday. While Good won’t make it here, the show will go on
Thursday night’s concert will take place as scheduled. Tour mates Our Lady Peace and Ellevator will perform as planned, with the concert starting at 7:30 p;m.
Good’s management team days he is very disappointed he will not be able to re-join the tour in Prince George, but he remains hopeful he can do so in Kelowna, on Friday, March 30, and Abbotsford on March 31. Good also thanked the health care professionals at Royal Alexander Hospital in Edmonton, for the exceptional care he has received.
“I spent time with Matt last night in the hospital,” said Raine Maida, of Our Lady Peace. “He made it clear he wanted the tour to go on, and he will make it back out playing as soon as the doctors clear him. Prince George is out for Matt, but we will do our very best to honour his wishes and ROCK the CN Centre. We all hope to see you there.”
For those patrons still wishing refunds on Thursday night’s concert, please contact TicketsNorth. Refunds will be available after noon on Thursday, March 29, and must be made to TicketsNorth by 7:30 p.m., Thursday, March 29. Phone 1-888-293-6613.
Our Lady Peace with special guests, Ellevator – Thursday, March 29. Doors open at 6:30 pm, show starts at 7:30 p.m.