Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band's concert got postponed.
On Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Springsteen and the E Street Band were supposed to take the stage at Nationwide Arena.
LiveNation stated that the illness required the show to be postponed and that they are attempting to reschedule the date.
It is recommended that those who bought tickets keep them safe because they will be good for the new performance.
The 73-year-old musician's 2023 tour kicked off on February 1 in Tampa and will stop in Cleveland on April 5 for a second performance. The trip concludes on April 14 in Newark.
The concert on Thursday was one of several live performances and events taking place this weekend in central Ohio, including the SoupFest, the Columbus Beer Festival, and comedian Leanne Morgan at the Palace Theatre.
At the Independent Spirit Awards, Curtis urged Coldplay, Bruce Springsteen, and U2 to think about performing earlier in the day so she could go to bed by 7:30 PM.
'I am gonna just say this now as a taunt and as a suggestion. U2, do a matinee. Coldplay, do a matinee. What about a 12-noon concert, Coldplay? What about it?' the actress mused.
'Bruce Springsteen, do a f***ing matinee! You're old! Why wouldn't you let me come see you, Bruce Springsteen, in your glory days — pun intended — and do it at noon or one o'clock? Two o'clock! Two o'clock matinee!' she said.
'Theatre in New York, two o'clock! I will come and hear your five-hour concert, Bruce, at two o'clock, and I'm gonna be home and in bed by 7:30.'