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John Mayer has contracted COVID-19 for a second time

John Mayer has tested positive for COVID-19 a second time, leading to the next four shows on his ‘Sob Rock’ tour being pushed back to May.The songster shared his diagnosis overnight (February 25), confirming that alongside himself, several members in his band have also wound up with the virus. It comes just days after Mayer’s touring drummer tested positive, with Questlove stepping in to fill his role at the band’s New York City gig.Whelp.

More members of the band tested positive for Covid today, and I was one of them. This means we have to reschedule the next four shows, which we’ve already rescheduled and posted above.

I’m so sorry to make you change your plans. https://t.co/60SzykxPK3 pic.twitter.com/KiGvO8tQGc— John Mayer (@JohnMayer) February 25, 2022Thus far, the affected dates include shows in Pittsburgh and Belmont Park, as well as two gigs in Boston.

They’ve been knocked back to May 5, 9, 9 and 10, respectively; tickets for the old dates will remain valid, with remaining sales available via Ticketmaster.As it stands, the rest of Mayer’s ‘Sob Rock’ tour is unchanged – he and his cohort will hit the road again in a fortnight, playing Las Vegas’ Grand Garden Arena on Friday March 11. From there, they’ve got a further 24 dates on the itinerary (including these newly rescheduled ones), including three shows in LA, two each in San Francisco and Seattle, and a quick drop-in to Canada.Mayer first tested positive for COVID-19 in January, just a day before he was set to pay Dead & Company‘s ‘Playing In The Sand’ festival in Mexico. Kicking off earlier this month, the ‘Sob Rock’ tour has been fraught with disaster from day one.

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John Mayer has tested positive for COVID-19 a second time, leading to the next four shows on his ‘Sob Rock’ tour being pushed back to May.The songster shared his diagnosis overnight (February 25), confirming that alongside himself, several members in his band have also wound up with the virus. It comes just days after Mayer’s touring drummer tested positive, with Questlove stepping in to fill his role at the band’s New York City gig.Whelp.
John Mayer has revealed that he was tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time in less than two months.

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John Mayer tests POSITIVE for COVID-19 and pulls out of Dead and Company's event in Mexico
Just before leaving for Mexico to perform in Dead and Company's Playing in the Sand event this weekend, John Mayer has tested positive for COVID-19.The 44-year-old singer was slated to perform with Dead and Company, an offshoot of the beloved group Grateful Dead, at the event in Cancun, Mexico, via Variety.The news was announced on Dead and Company's Instagram page on Wednesday, revealing Mayer was just about to leave for Mexico when he tested positive and was forced to bow out of the festivities. Positive:Just before leaving for Mexico to perform in Dead and Company's Playing in the Sand event this weekend, John Mayer has tested positive for COVID-19 Update:The news was announced on Dead and Company's Instagram page on Wednesday, revealing Mayer was just about to leave for Mexico when he tested positive and was forced to bow out of the festivities'Today, just prior to leaving for Mexico, per his physician, @JohnMayer tested positive for COVID-19 and will be unable to perform at the upcoming “Playing in the Sand” event in Riviera Cancun January 7-10,' the Company's statement began.'The weekend will now feature Dos Hermanos con Amigos: @MickeyHart and @BobWeir with @JeffChimentiMusic and @Oteil_Burbridge, joined by @LuvrsLane, Tom Hamilton @TRHJunior and including special guests and sit ins including @MissMargoPrice and others,' the statement added.
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