Lady Gaga cancels February 13th and 14th United Center concerts due to injury

Lady Gaga poses for a portrait in her hotel suite prior to an event at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. Wednesday Feb. 29, 2012. Gaga launched her 'Born this Way' foundation at Harvard. (Charles Krupa)

February 11, 2013 10:00:00 PM PST
Lady Gaga has postponed her Chicago concerts at the United Center, originally scheduled for February 13th and 14th, due to an injury, according to Live Nation Global Touring.

The company says the performer is suffering from a case of synovitis, which involves severe inflammation of joints.

Fans are advised to retain their tickets until rescheduled dates are announced.

The company says that refunds will be available at the point of purchase.

A February 16 performance in Detroit, Michigan, and a February 17 performance in Hamilton, Ontario, have also been postponed.

In a press release issued by Live Nation Entertainment, the singer said she was "devastated."

Additionally, the scheduled after party performance of her DJ, Lady Starlight, at Chicago's Dolphin lounge on Wednesday, February 13, has also been postponed until further notice. Organizers say all tickets purchased for the after party will be honored at a later date, to be announced.

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