The Black Keys cancel upcoming tour, including Target Center show, without explanation

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Garage rock duo the Black Keys quietly canceled their upcoming North American tour, which included a Nov. 10 stop at Target Center in downtown Minneapolis.

The Ticketmaster page for the local tour date does not list a reason for the cancellation, but says ticketholders “don’t need to do a thing” and that the company will refund to the original method of payment used for purchase within 14 to 21 days.

All tour dates, save for a July 6 NASCAR event in Chicago, disappeared from the band’s website Friday without explanation. The event’s listing on the Target Center website has also been deleted.

Earlier this month, the Black Keys wrapped up a series of European shows and band members Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney performed their recent single “Beautiful People (Stay High)” on Tuesday’s finale of “The Voice” on NBC.

The Black Keys released their 12th album “Ohio Players” in April. It peaked at No. 26 on the Billboard charts, the pair’s lowest ranking since their 2006 major label debut “Magic Potion.” In August, Auerbach and Carney played to a half full Grandstand on opening night of the 2023 Minnesota State Fair.

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