Just when you thought it was safe to go back to the Ryman for the Regina Spektor show, the rescheduled show on Dec. 6 has been postponed again.
From the Ryman:
Regina Spektor rescheduled four shows at the tail end of her North American tour after collapsing on stage during soundcheck at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on November 14th. The immediate diagnosis was vertigo, caused by a severe viral inner ear infection. She returned home to New York to rest, recover, and seek treatment. Unfortunately, according to her doctor, the infection may take many more weeks to clear, and the vertigo episodes will randomly continue to occur throughout her healing process. With great sadness, Regina has no choice but to further postpone her re-scheduled dates in Atlanta (12/5), Nashville (12/6), Norfolk (12/8) and Richmond (12/10) until the New Year.
Tickets for the original November 14 date will be valid for the re-rescheduled date. Ticket holders are encouraged to hold on to their tickets as the new date will be announced in the coming days. Refunds will be available at the original point of purchase.
New information will be posted on www.ryman.com as it is available.