Three upcoming Rascal Flatts concerts have unfortunately been canceled, as frontman Gary LeVox is ill.

The trio made the announcement on their official website, revealing some shows this week would have to be called off. "Flattheads, we regret to inform you that due to an unforeseen illness with Gary, the following shows scheduled for this week have been canceled," the group writes.

The three shows that will be affected by the illness are stops in Nampa, Idaho at the Idaho Center Amphitheater, Airway Heights, Washington at the Northern Quest Casino and Resort and Mission, British Columbia at the Rocking River Music Festival. The shows were scheduled for August 7 through August 9, respectively.

"It is incredibly difficult to make the decision to cancel shows and disappoint our loyal fans who have been so good to us over the years," DeMarcus says of the cancelations. "The schedule of shows this past weekend, coupled with media days in New York City, have left him without a voice. We promise to return as soon as we can and give our fans the best show possible!"

The website also mentions that fans should contact the venue that they were planning to attend to learn about each one's refund policy. In July, Rascal Flatts canceled a concert in Oklahoma as LeVox was reportedly unable to sing due to an undisclosed illness. It's not clear if this is related.

Get well soon, Gary!

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