Fall Out Boy will not keep the Honda Civic Tour as scheduled due to personal problems that are beyond control.
The first few weeks of Fall Out Boy's Honda Civic Tour have been cancelled, leading many fans to disappointment. Pointing the reason to 'personal issues', the band will not kick off on April 18 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
In a press release, bassist Pete Wentz stated, "Unfortunately, because of some personal issues we had to delay the tour a few weeks. We want to put on the best possible show we can and know that this extra couple of weeks will give us the time to put ourselves in the right place to put on the best show we can." Upon what personal issues are talked about here, a representation from the band's label simply said, "No one's dead and no one's in rehab."
The band's ticket web falloutboyrock.com displays that the cancelled gigs have been eliminated up to May 1 in Sacramento, Cal. The remaining schedule is Denver, CO on May 11 up to Anaheim, CA on July 2. Refunds for the missing dates are available at the points of purchase.