By: Madeleine Porter
Bret Michaels Health Condition
Bret Michaels released a statement revealing he will be undergoing two surgeries this week. One procedure will address an injury caused to his rotator cuff and the other is regarding cancerous growth.
Rocker Michaels is notorious for being on the road and confessed the recent news will affect his schedule at the beginning of the year. He will play a “few less solos shows and special events” while he takes time to focus on his health.
Bret Michaels Health Statement
“After a very recent kickoff to the new year, physical & MRI it has been brought to my attention that I have torn my right shoulder rotator cuff which would answer the question why it looks like a lump or bone was sticking out of my right shoulder. A little more complex I will also have to undergo a procedure to remove skin cancer that was detected after a recent biopsy. I’m in the hands of incredible specialists who are both positive for great outcomes. It may slow me down a bit at the beginning of the year, but if God willing I promise this year will be awesome. Just a few less solo shows & special events until I get this all squared up. As always continuing great diabetic maintenance to keep on rocking in 2020! – Bret Michaels”
Michaels already survived one of his most difficult health years in 2010 when he faced a brain hemorrhage, an emergency appendectomy, and heart surgery. We are wishing the best for Michaels during this time and hope for a speedy recovery.
Bret Michaels Tour Dates
This year is expected to be a big one for both Michaels and Poison, who are featured on “The Stadium Tour” headlined by Motley Crue beside Def Leppard, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts. In addition to the already stacked line-up is newly-announced Tuk Smith & The Restless Hearts.
The highly anticipated summer tour will be starting at the Alamodome in San Antonio on June 21 and wrap up at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on September 5.
The tour dates are as follows:
Jun 21: San Antonio Alamodome, TX
Jun 23: Kansas City Kauffman Stadium, MO
Jun 25: St. Louis Busch Stadium, MO
Jun 27: Minneapolis U.S. Bank Stadium, MN
Jun 29: Nashville Nissan Stadium, TN
Jul 02: Cincinnati Great American Ballpark, OH
Jul 03: Cleveland FirstEnergy Stadium, OH
Jul 07: Miami Hard Rock Stadium, FL
Jul 09: Orlando Camping World Stadium, FL
Jul 11: Charlotte Bank of America Stadium, NC
Jul 14: Arlington Globe Life Field, TX
Jul 15: Houston Minute Maid Park, TX
Jul 19: San Francisco Oracle Park, CA
Jul 23: San Diego Petco Park, CA
Jul 25: Phoenix State Farm Stadium, AZ
Aug 09: Atlanta SunTrust Park, GA
Aug 11: Hershey Hersheypark Stadium, PA
Aug 13: Buffalo New Era Field, NY
Aug 15: Philadelphia Citizens Bank Park, PA
Aug 16: Pittsburgh PNC Park, PA
Aug 18: Milwaukee Miller Park, WI
Aug 20: Detroit Comerica Park, MI
Aug 22: Washington Nationals Park, DC
Aug 23: Flushing Citi Field, NY
Aug 25: Boston Fenway Park, MA
Aug 28: Chicago Wrigley Field, IL
Aug 30: Denver Coors Field, CO
Sep 02: Seattle T-Mobile Park, WA
Sep 05: Los Angeles SoFi Stadium, CA