FALLING IN REVERSE Postpone Syracuse Show Over Air Quality, RONNIE RADKE Blames Canada

Ronnie Radke Falling In Reverse

FALLING IN REVERSE has decided to postpone their concert in Syracuse, New York, which was originally scheduled for last night (June 30), due to concerns about the air quality.

The band made an announcement on their social media stating that city officials in Syracuse have deemed the air quality unsafe for an outdoor concert. The decision was made in light of the smoke from the ongoing Canadian wildfires that is affecting the air in the area. The band has rescheduled the performance for September.

Band said in a statement: “Syracuse – we’ve been notified by local officials that the air quality conditions at St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater will be unsafe tomorrow night (June 30) due to Canadian wildfire smoke, and that we must reschedule,” they wrote, adding that the show will now take place Sept. 12 with the same lineup. All tickets will be honored for the rescheduled date, but those who wish to receive a refund can do so by July 6.”

Band’s frontman Ronnie Radke issued a separate statement, noting: “Syracuse N.Y. we’re sorry but air quality in your city is too bad and officials won’t let us since it’s an outside amphitheater. Blame Canada lol see you September 12 though we’re not canceling.”

The smoke is not as severe as it was in early June, but the air quality is still deemed “unhealthy.” People with sensitivities are advised to avoid outdoor activities until the alert is lifted. Even those who are healthy are encouraged to limit strenuous outdoor activities.