The group was set to perform Sept. 16, but had to cancel due to illness. Fifth Harmony’s opening act, Bea Miller, will play a free concert instead.
Bad news for Harmonizers: Pop group Fifth Harmony has canceled its concert at the Washington State Fair.
Two members of the group have bronchitis and have been told to rest their voices, according to the group’s management. Fifth Harmony, winner of a previous Artist To Watch prize at the MTV Video Music Awards, was to perform Wednesday, Sept. 16 at the Puyallup fairgrounds.
Opening act Bea Miller will perform a free (with fair admission) concert at the grandstand instead. Ticket holders have the option of returning their Fifth Harmony tickets for a full refund, or exchanging their tickets for three other 2015 grandstand shows: Iggy Azalea on Sept. 22; Jason Derulo on Sept. 26; or Pitbull on Sept. 27.
The Washington State Fair continues through Sept. 27.
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