The "Acid Rap" MC was scheduled to appear at Atlanta's CounterPoint Music & Arts Festival on April 27.
The management team for Chance the Rapper tweeted on Wednesday (April 23) that the Chicago rapper has canceled his concert appearances through April 27 to focus on recovering from an illness that also forced him to miss an appearance on the closing day of this year's Coachella.
On the morning of April 20, just hours before he was scheduled to perform at the second weekend of Coachella, Chance was rushed to a Los Angeles hospital after running a 104-degree temperature and not being able to speak due to throat inflammation. Doctors later concluded the illness was caused by a combination of the flu virus and tonsillitis, according to the rapper's manager, Patrick Corcoran.
Chance is currently recovering at his home in Los Angeles and will visit a specialist this week to determine whether he needs surgery. The "Acid Rap" MC was scheduled to appear at Atlanta's CounterPoint Music & Arts Festival on April 27. His next live appearance is scheduled for JMBLYA in Dallas on May 2.