Regina Spektor has already canceled her upcoming 2022 tour due to Covid

Regina Spektor, a Russian-American singer-songwriter, has canceled her remaining tour dates in 2022 due to a “serious case of Covid”. Spector, who began her tour on June 25 and was due to end on October 27, had to cancel ten of her remaining fall tour dates.

Spector posted the following on Instagram:

“I got a nasty case from Covid after being so vigilant and miraculously avoiding it for almost 2.5 years.” My apologies to everyone who bought tickets to see me in their city. I have gone from a bad feeling to a terrible feeling. “I’ve gone deaf.”

She continued, noting:

“I’m a little sick of illness, so please accept my apologies if this message isn’t very coherent.” I’ve been through a lot lately and all your support has been very helpful. I hope mine finds its way to you too. For now I will have to sing for you from previous recordings and we will move the events to when the theaters can receive me again.”

Tour dates for Regina Spektor in 2022 have been cancelled

On October 9, the singer gave her final performance in Chicago, with a pre-recorded statement over the intercom. The statement instructed concertgoers to wear masks to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and cancellation of tour dates.

Regina Spektor

The following tour dates have been cancelled:

  • Ann Arbor, MI – October 11 at the Michigan Theater
  • Massey Hall, Toronto, ON, October 12
  • State Theatre, Ithaca, NY, October 14
  • Wellmont Theatre, Montclair, NJ, October 15
  • October 16 – Warner Theater in Washington, DC
  • Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA – October 18
  • Belk Theatre, Charlotte, NC, October 19
  • Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN, October 20
  • October 25 – The Warfield in San Francisco, CA
  • October 27 – Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, CA

More about Regina Spektor’s most recent work

Regina Spektor’s latest studio album Home, Before and After was released earlier this month by Warner Records. Becoming All Alone, Up the Mountain, One Man’s Prayer, Raindrops, SugarMan, What Might Have Been, Spacetime Fairytale, Coin, Loveology and Through a Door are among the songs on the new album. Since 2019, the Grammy-nominated musician has been teasing Loveology.

Regina Spektor

The singer has recorded six studio albums to date, the first of which was called 11:11 and was released in 2001. The singer re-released her first album in August, along with a compilation of live recordings from her early days in New York City. Regina Spektor was born in Moscow, Russia, and moved to New York City as a child. She is best known for singing the Orange is the New Black theme song, You’ve Got Time. It was nominated for Best Song Written for Visual Media at the 2013 Grammy Awards. The RIAA declared Spektor’s first album, Begin to Hope, gold. Her two albums that followed, Far and What We Saw from the Cheap Seats, debuted at number three on the Billboard 200. Regina Spektor’s last work for her studio album, due out in 2022, was the album Remember Us To Life, which was released in 2016.