Marilyn Manson has canceled his upcoming performance at the Arizona State Fair, less than two weeks after he was injured during a performance in New York.
Manson was performing at the Manhattan Center's Hammerstein Ballroom on Sept. 30 when a stage prop fell on him. He has since canceled or scheduled a handful of upcoming concerts.
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He was scheduled to perform at the state fair on Oct. 26.
"We are disappointed, but understand the healing process takes time," the state fair said in a statement.
Refunds will be issued to those who purchased reserved seats. Tickets purchased through the state fair's website will be refunded through that system. Those who used cash will have to bring a receipt to the state fair's box office to receive a refund.
Manson has rescheduled his Phoenix concert for Jan. 10, 2018 at The Van Buren in downtown Phoenix. Tickets from the Arizona State Fair will not be honored at the rescheduled date.
Marilyn Manson announces rescheduled US dates for Jan-Feb. Original tickets will be honored except 10/08 & 10/26 https://t.co/DWPsaQm7I1 pic.twitter.com/gv1pSjERsB
— Marilyn Manson (@marilynmanson) October 13, 2017