UPDATE: Fozzy's Chris Jericho was hoping that he would eventually be able to return to the road in 2022, but the singer has now posted an update that his bruised larynx will need additional time to heal, thus forcing the postponement of Fozzy's remaining tour dates for the year. The singer released a statement that reads as follows and includes info on the rescheduled dates:

After five weeks of waiting for my bruised larynx to heal with minimal results, my Laryngologist sent me for a vocal stroboscope today (Thursday, September 15). This is a procedure in which a camera with a strobe light attached, takes detailed pictures of your vocal cords to find any hidden issues. Now, I’ve never seen my vocal cords before (have you seen yours?!), but once I got past their gnarly appearance, I could see what the Doctor’s were seeing plain as day….that the left side of my larynx is still bruised and swollen. Good news is it’s not permanent and it IS healing! Bad news is I still need more time to heal, in order to be able to sing at 100%. Therefore we are forced to postpone and reschedule the rest of the 2022 US leg of the Save The World Tour. Nobody likes to move shows, least of all me, but if Fozzy and I can’t give you 100% during each and every show we do, we won’t do them. Therefore we are moving the shows to the spring of 2023.

We will see you at the rescheduled dates in 2023 and in the meantime thank you for your love and support and for making I Still Burn our biggest hit since Judas! We love you! - Jericho

Thu 13 Apr - Charlotte, NC - Underground
Fri 14 Apr - Baltimore, MD - Soundstage
Sat 15 Apr - Syracuse, NY - Lost Horizon
Sun 16 Apr - Philadelphia, PA - Brooklyn Bowl
Mon 17 Apr - Virginia Beach, VA - Elevation 27
*Due to scheduling conflicts; Montreal, Toronto, Richmond, Lowell and Albany will not be rescheduled. Please contact venue for refund.

Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho injured his throat earlier this month during a wrestling event, therefore the band's tour has been postponed so that he can make a full recovery. The rockers issued a statement on their website regarding the incident.

"On Aug. 10 during the Quake by the Lake AEW event in Minneapolis, Chris suffered a throat injury that left him with a severely bruised larynx. Unfortunately, even though the injury is healing and is not permanent, Chris hasn’t fully recovered and his laryngologist has recommended that Fozzy postpone the first two weeks of the Save The World tour (scheduled to start in Columbus on Sept. 8) in order to facilitate a full recovery as soon as possible," the statement reads.

The shows, which were originally scheduled to take place between Sept. 8 and 19 with No ResolveGFM and Seventh Day Slumber, have been postponed until the spring of 2023. All tickets will be honored for the new dates. As it stands, Fozzy's next show is set to take place Sept. 29 in Charlotte, N.C. In November, they'll head to Europe with Escape the Fate and Scarlet Rebels, and then Australia and New Zealand with Buckcherry later in the month.

See the updated itinerary for the North American leg of Fozzy's tour below and get tickets through this link. We wish Jericho the best as he recovers from his injury.

Fozzy 2022 + 2023 Save the World North American Tour Dates

Sept. 29 - Charlotte, N.C. @ Underground
Sept. 30 - Richmond, Va. @ Canal Club
Oct. 1 - Baltimore, Md. @ Soundstage
Oct. 2 - Syracuse, N.Y. @ Lost Horizon
Oct. 3 - New Bedford, Mass. @ The Vault
Oct. 6 - Montreal, Quebec @ Foufounes Electriques
Oct. 7 - Toronto, Ontario @ Opera House
Oct. 8 - Albany, N.Y. @ Empire Live
Oct. 9 - Philadelphia, Pa. @ Brooklyn Bowl
Oct. 10 - Virginia Beach, Va. @ Elevation 27
March 23 - Bloomington, Ill. @ Castle Theater
March 24 - Hobart, Ind. @ The Art Theater
March 25 - Milwaukee, Wis. @ The Rave
March 26 - Cincinnati, Ohio @ Bogarts
March 30 - Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Jergels
March 31 - Louisville, Ky. @ Mercury Ballroom
April 1 - Flint, Mich. @ Machine Shop
April 2 - Columbus, Ohio @ The King of Clubs
April 3 - Grand Rapids, Mich. @ Intersection

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