The Van Halen reunion tour featuring the return of former lead singer David Lee Roth has been postponed indefinitely.
Tickets for the 40-date tour, which was announced on the band’s website on 2 February , were expected to go on sale this weekend.
However, a source close to the band tells USA Today the tour has been put on hold, but declined to give a reason for the delay.
A publicist for says reports of a cancellation should be not be taken as fact until an official statement is released.
Earlier this month, Roth said he hoped the band’s reunion would last beyond their summer tour.
Regardless of future tour plans, Van Halen will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on 12 March. The ceremony could feature Van Halen performing with both Roth and his replacement, Sammy Hagar.
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