Marilyn Manson Cancels Nine Shows Following Stage Collapse

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Singer Marilyn Manson has been injured by a falling stage prop during a concert in NY.

Manson fell backward and the prop fell on him.

Manson's upcoming tour dates include a show at The Complex in Salt Lake City scheduled for October 20. He was eventually wheeled off stage on a stretcher and the rest of the show was canceled. It seems like the shows from October 2 through October 14 are going to be rescheduled at a later date. Journalist Katerine Turman tweeted that he was taken to the hospital and says that he only sustained a leg injury.

Marilyn Manson Injured by a falling prop during NYC concert Saturday night, September 30, 2017. While performing his infamous cover of Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)", Manson made the seemingly ill-advised decision to treat the set like a jungle gym, leading to the accident. The band kept playing until they noticed that Manson was not getting up, the report said. His publicist, Carrie Tolles, said Manson's injury occurred toward the end of his show and that he was being treated at a hospital.

His official website lists his gig at Freaker's Ball at Grand Prairie, Texas on October 15.

A fourth supporter, who was anxious, shared: "Stage props trying to kill Manson wtf?"

His guitarist Tyler Bates posted an Instagram photo from the airport saying the tour was "on pause".

We hope Manson is okay and fully healed up soon!

Manson's 10th album, "Heaven Upside Down", will be released this coming Friday on Loma Vista.

Manson, real name Brian Warner, had only kicked off his Heaven Upside Down Tour in Maryland on Wednesday (September 27).

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