DUE TO THE INCLEMENT WEATHER ON THE EAST COAST, STRYPER IS FORCED TO CANCEL THEIR NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY SHOWS
“To all of our devoted fans. Sadly we will not be able to perform the scheduled Stryper shows on 1/3 (Mohegan) and 1/4 (NYC/Stage48) due to circumstances out of our control. We were well aware of the storm that was forecast to hit the east coast and we had everyone board planes to make an attempt to get here as originally planned. Our crew and Tim made it to Rhode Island, but unfortunately Oz and Robert got stuck in Chicago with no way out. They have been at the airport all night and were not even able to get a hotel room for the night. We have tried multiple times to get them on another plane in order to move forward regarding the two shows but we keep getting bad news after bad news. We’ve explored everything within our power to make this happen, but at this point it’s truly an ‘act of God’ and it’s beyond our control. We regret to inform you all that we are left with no other choice but to reschedule the two shows for another date/time to be announced in the near future. Please know that we never want to cancel any show and it saddens us to be forced to do so. We love you guys and we look forward to getting to play for you all soon. God bless you and stay safe.” ~ Michael”
Stryper’s latest album, No More Hell To Pay, was released on November 5th.