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Stone Temple Pilots Cancel Acoustic Tour Due to Injury

Stone Temple Pilots have announced the cancellation of their 2020 Perdida acoustic tour that was set to kick off on Feb. 5 in Vancouver.

Stone Temple Pilots have announced the cancellation of their 2020 Perdida acoustic tour that was set to kick off on Feb. 5 in Vancouver. The group released a statement stating that they will no longer be able to perform the 26-date trek due to lead singer Jeff Gutt’s herniated disc.

“Stone Temple Pilots regret to inform they must cancel their upcoming Perdida acoustic tour, due to a severely herniated disc of lead vocalist Jeff Gutt,” the statement reads. “Doctors have advised immediate surgery, along with several weeks of recovery time and physical therapy. Gutt is expected to make a full recovery, and the band hopes to reschedule the acoustic tour later this year.”

Despite the band’s hope to reschedule dates later this year, they have instructed ticketholders to seek refunds from the point of purchase.

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As of now, Gutt’s injury will not impact the band’s Australian tour with Live and Bush in launching in April. Their summer tour with Nickelback is also set to proceed.

The Perdida tour was set to be an acoustic show in support of their latest album Perdida. Perdida will be released on Feb. 7 and includes single “Fare Thee Well.”