European music venues are announcing that Lana Del Rey has canceled her tour due to an undisclosed illness affecting her ability to sing.
U.K. venues Manchester Arena and The O2 shared a statement Thursday from Del Rey, who said she was “sorry to let everyone down so last minute but this illness has taken me by surprise and have totally lost my singing voice.”
According to her statement, Del Rey’s doctor advised she take at least four weeks off. The statement did not elaborate on the nature of the illness and the singer has not spoken out on social media or otherwise since the announcement. USA TODAY has reached out to her representative for further comment.
“I hate to let everyone down but I need to get well. Love Lana,” the statement concluded.
The 34-year-old singer, currently promoting her 2019 album “Norman F***ing Rockwell,” still lists the European tour dates on her official website through March 3. Ticketmaster lists most of the shows as canceled, save for Friday’s show in Amsterdam and Sunday’s show in Paris.
Stateside, she is scheduled to perform at Coachella in April, Hangout Music Fest in May and Bonnaroo in June.
Del Rey is also scheduled to appear this summer at several international music festivals, all in June: Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona, We Love Green in Paris, Arena Di Verona in Italy and Nos Primavera Sound Porto in Portugal.