Led Zeppelin Singer Can’t Perform After Illness


The Robert Plant & Alison Krauss were scheduled to perform at the KettleHouse Amphitheater in Missoula on June 20, 2023 and it was canceled.

The following was sent out by the artist:

“Due to an unfortunate bout of influenza, tonight’s show with Robert Plant & Alison Krauss in Missoula, MT at the KettleHouse Amphitheater is now canceled. None of this is taken lightly, and it is with real regrets that we are all in this situation.”

The post further explained that a refund for the purchased tickets would be processed automatically:

“All tickets purchased online through Etix / [Logjam’s official website] will be refunded automatically. The refund process will begin immediately but may take up to two weeks to process. No further action is required.

For tickets purchased outside of the Etix platform, please see your original point of purchase for refund details. Additional refund information can be found here: [Logjam’s official website]. We cannot thank you enough for your patience and support. Please take care, and we hope to see you again soon.”

The pair announced the 2023 North American leg of their ‘Raising the Roof Tour’ earlier this year. After performing in different cities, including Shreveport, Louisville, and Wilmington, Krauss and Plant started the June dates in Las Vegas. Their tour is scheduled to finish on July 5, with a final show in Toronto.

As he revealed to Billboard in December, the former Led Zeppelin singer is eager to get into the studio with Krauss to record a third album to follow up ‘Raise the Roof.’ The pair’s latest release together earned them three Grammy nominations.