Canadian rockers Nickelback have cancelled a second date on their new No Fixed Address Tour after another snowstorm blanketed America's north east coast this week (begs16Feb15).
The How You Remind Me stars kicked off the trek with Taylor Momsen's band The Pretty Reckless on Valentine's Day (14Feb15) by performing in Allentown, Pennsylvania, but they had to pull plans to play in Manchester, New Hampshire on Sunday (15Feb15) due to extreme weather conditions.
Another round of snow was dumped across the region on Monday (16Feb15) and Tuesday (17Feb15), causing further travel problems for the bands and prompting tour bosses to scrap Tuesday's show in Ottawa.
A statement issued by venue bosses reads: "The band (Nickelback) regrets not being able to perform, however, the safety of their fans and their crew come first."
The two affected dates have been rescheduled for July (15). It is not yet known whether Nickelback's next show in Montreal, Canada on Wednesday (18Feb15) will also be delayed.
Meanwhile, country star Lee Brice is also struggling with the heavy snow en route from New York to Missouri, where he is due to hit the stage on Thursday (19Feb15), after one of his tour vehicles broke down.
Taking to Twitter.com to share the news with fans, he wrote, "One bus broke down. You should see 22 of us piled into one bus with no satellite... it's frozen."
Jazz star Gregory Porter also had to postpone a gig in Chicago, Illinois on Sunday (15Feb15) as a result of "weather-related travel conditions" after performing in New York City on Valentine's Day (14Feb15).