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Austin Mahone Cancels, Reschedules Miami and Orlando Gigs "Due to Illness" (UPDATED)

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As we at New Times often gush: "Austin Mahone is a teenaged dreamboat."

But even teen idols get sick. And sadly for millions of Mahomies, the 17-year-old Cash Money-signed cutie has come down with a bug that's forced him to cancel both his Miami and Orlando concerts his entire 2013 tour.

But wooo! He's already planning to reschedule for 2014! So now there's no reason to weep yourself to sleep, wondering "What About Love"!

See also: Austin Mahone Says Miami Was "the Perfect Place for Me"

Austin Mahone Concerts Rescheduled

*Via Live Nation

Due to illness, Austin Mahone will unfortunately be postponing his MIAMI and ORLANDO tour dates ... Up to date information can be found at www.austinmahone.com. Further inquiries should be directed to point of purchase.

UPDATE: Six minutes ago, Austin updated his Facebook account with the following.

Mahomies I'm so so so sorry but I have to reschedule the shows tomorrow in Miami and in Orlando. I can't believe this is happening its my first tour I'm so upset. I feel like I'm letting you all down. Its Doctor's orders I have a bad flu 103 fever and I can't move. If I could go I would. The Miami show is now Tuesday Oct 22 & Orlando is Friday Nov 1

UPDATE #2: Live Nation now reveals that all of Austin Mahone's 2013 tour dates have been canceled and they will be rescheduled for 2014:

Due to illness Austin Mahone will unfortunately have to postpone his sold out MTV Artist to Watch Presents Tour to 2014. The singer fell ill earlier this week, already postponing his Miami and Orlando shows, is now on strict Dr.'s orders to stay on rest and will need to reschedule all dates on the tour. Ticket holders for the sold out tour will be notified of the new 2014 dates and all tickets will be honored.

POSTPONED Austin Mahone. With Becky G, Midnight Red, and W3 the Future. Thursday, October 17 Tuesday, October 22, at the Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700 Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The show starts at 7:30 p.m., and tickets cost $30.50 to $43.50 plus fees via livenation.com. Call 305-673-7300, or visit fillmoremb.com.



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