Rainbow Kitten Surprise Announces Indefinite Hiatus, Cancels 2023 Shows

Rainbow Kitten Surprise, a famous indie/alternative rock band from Boone, NC, said on Tuesday that it has canceled all of its remaining 2023 tour dates and festival appearances and is going on hiatus due to a "medical crisis" involving an unnamed member of the group.

The band had already canceled two shows, one of which was at the Hangout Music Festival this past weekend.

In a long post on social media, the band said, "We are not going to set a date for our return, but we hope that Rainbow Kitten Surprise can come back in full glory and pick up where we left off one day soon."

The last time we saw the band, they were in the middle of a busy year of touring.

The band was supposed to start a big U.S. tour next month. It was supposed to last from June to November and take them all over the country, with headlining shows at places like Morrison

CO's Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Berkeley, CA and Los Angeles, CA's Greek Theatres, New York, NY's Radio City Music Hall, Austin, TX's Moody Amphitheater, and many more.

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