Tyler Farr was forced to cancel a concert in Oxford, Ohio, at the last minute on Wednesday night (Nov. 18) after a trip to the emergency room.

The singer's label tells Country Aircheck that Farr has been battling bronchitis, and he went to the ER for medication, hoping to be able to perform the show at Oxford's Brick Street. However, he was still not feeling well enough and was forced to cancel.

Based on tweets from the venue, it appears that Farr's cancellation truly was a last-minute decision: Photos show both opening acts, Elizabeth Lyons and Clayton Anderson, performing in front of a "Tyler Farr" banner, with Farr's drum kit and stage setup ready to go behind them.

".@TylerFarr, feel better!" Brick Street tweeted later that night. "Can't wait to bring u [sic] back for a blowout."

Earlier on Wednesday, Farr and Lee Brice revealed their plans for a joint tour in 2016, the Life Off My Years Tour. The trek is scheduled to begin in early February and run through late April. Farr also has a spot in the Country Jam 2016 lineup; the festival is set for June, just outside of Grand Junction, Colo.

Farr's next scheduled concert, according to his website, is on Saturday (Nov. 21) in Minneapolis, Minn. No other dates were on his calendar between the show in Oxford and the one in Minneapolis; thus, no additional concerts were affected by his illness.

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