Back in October, Bob Seger was forced to postpone dates on his Runaway Train tour due to an ‘urgent medical issue,’ but it appears that the tour is now back on track.
The classic rock singer and his trusty Silver Bullet Band will resume the postponed dates in the fall, with a show scheduled for Nov. 24 in Kansas City — and more rescheduled shows expected to be announced soon, per the Oakland Press, which also cites the ‘urgent medical issue’ as spinal surgery undertaken by Seger last fall.
The current list of rescheduled shows:
Nov. 24 (Original date Oct. 14, 2017) — Kansas City, Sprint Center
Nov. 27 (Oct. 10) — Des Moines, Iowa, Wells Fargo Arena
Nov. 30 (Oct. 12) — Scottrade Center, St. Louis
Dec. 12 (Nov. 15) — XCEL Energy Center, Saint Paul, Minn.
Dec. 14 (Nov. 17) — Rosemont, Ill., Allstate Arena
Dec. 20 (Oct. 5) — Greenville, S.C., Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Dec. 22 (Oct. 7) — Atlanta, Infinite Energy Arena
Jan. 19 (Sept. 30) — Columbus, Ohio, Nationwide Arena
Jan. 29 (Nov. 13) — Billings, Mont., Rimrock Auto Arena
Jan. 31 (Nov. 7) — Boise, Idaho, Ford Center
Feb. 15 (Oct. 28) — Phoenix, Talking Stick Resort Arena
Feb. 17 (Oct. 26) — Denver, Pepsi Center
Feb. 23 (Nov. 4) — The Forum, Inglewood, Calif.
Seger’s most recent album is 2017’s I Knew You When, which was dedicated to the late Glenn Frey upon its release.