The Belgian musical phenomenon Stromae in full North American tour, was “a victim of a little accident” that forced him to cancel a planned concert Tuesday in Minneapolis (north-central United States), reports Wednesday the Belgian press. “Stromae had a small accident this afternoon. It is well, it is not in danger, but the show is canceled, it can not sing tonight,” said at the scene of Myth Live Event Center Minneapolis a member of his team, according to an amateur video shot in the public and posted on Twitter before being taken up by several Belgian media.
No details were disclosed about the circumstances of the accident or on the following tour, which began Sept. 12 in Miami and which must still lead the September 25 in Detroit, 26 in Toronto and 28 to 29 in Montreal, before the grand finale at the famous Madison Square Garden in New York on October 1st. His record label, Universal Music, is expected to provide more details in the day.
A growing popularity in the United States
The singer had already canceled several concerts in June and July for medical reasons, including one in Rwanda, country of origin of his father. Its producers had then explained that he was under “serious side effects” of a malaria prophylaxis.
The popularity of Belgian singer aged 30, Paul Van Haver real name, exploded on the international stage after the launch of the album Square root best sellers in France in 2013 and 2014. After putting Europe at his feet, he now meets a growing popularity in the United States.