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David Lee Roth cancels his farewell shows due to COVID concerns after announcing retirement

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Those who were hoping to catch one more show of legendary musician David Lee Roth before 2022 were out of luck.The rocker, 66 - who recently announced his retirement -canceled his New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day performances at the House of Blues at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.The venue cited 'unforeseen circumstances related to COVID' as the reason for the cancellation.

Cancelled: Legendary musician David Lee Roth, 66, canceled a string of his farewell shows due to COVID concerns; Pictured at 2021 MTV Video Music Awards in New York CityFortunately, the musician still has a few last shows scheduled throughout January, which appear to be on as of right now.

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