Reneé Rapp Postpones Shows Due to Illness & Voice Loss: ‘I Have to Prioritize My Health’

Reneé Rapp has postponed two upcoming performances in her Snow Hard Feelings Tour, revealing that she’s struggling to sing as a result of being sick.


In a candid message to fans on X Tuesday (March 5), the Mean Girls star broke the news that she won’t be able to perform her back-to-back concerts at Vinilo Record Store in Southhampton as previously scheduled on March 7.

“Guys I’m sure you could tell but my voice was gone after last nights show,” Rapp wrote. “I’ve been sick for the majority of the European leg of this tour, and without any recovery time I can’t seem to shake it. I’m being told that I need to rest my voice and not sing through for risk of long term injury. I want to keep delivering high quality shows [for] you.”

Noting that she’s “really sorry to do this,” the “Not My Fault” singer went on to say that she plans on returning to Hampshire over the summer, closer to when she’s booked to play Leeds Festival on Aug. 23 and Reading Festival on Aug. 25 in the U.K. “We’ll have the new rescheduled date to share with you before the weekend,” she wrote.

“This tour is everything to me but holy s–t am I burnt,” Rapp added. “I have to prioritize my health in this moment. love you and appreciate your understanding endlessly.”

The news comes on the heels of Rapp’s Monday (March 4) concert in Dublin, the last show of her tour’s European leg, which kicked off Feb. 13 in Paris. As of now, she’ll next take the stage in April at Coachella, where she’s slated to perform both weekends on the 14th and 21st.

See Rapp’s message to fans below.

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