CHICAGO, Oct. 9 (UPI) -- Saturday night's Bryan Adams concert in Chicago was canceled due to illness, but the promoter said a makeup date would be set in the near future.
The nature of the Canadian rocker's illness was not disclosed. However, Jam Productions told the Chicago Sun Times that tickets for Saturday's show at the Chicago Theater would be honored at the new date.
Adams, 51, has been on the road for much of the past two years, the newspaper said. He is best known for a string of hits in the 1980s and 199s that included "Heaven" and "Summer of '69."