What to Know
- Marilyn Manson was injured when a giant stage prop crushed him at the Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan
- The singer was about an hour into his show Saturday night when the accident happened
- Videos posted to social media show him grabbing at the prop before it collapses on top of him
Marilyn Manson is canceling several upcoming tour dates after the singer was injured when a large stage prop collapsed onto him during a New York City performance Saturday.
The singer issued a statement Sunday that said his Oct. 2-14 shows will be rescheduled. That means dates in Huntington, New York, and Camden, New Jersey, are affected. Shows in Boston, Toronto, Columbus, Chicago, Milwaukee, Kansas City and Houston will also be rescheduled.
Manson, whose 10th album "Heaven Upside Down" comes out Friday, was injured Saturday night toward the end of his set at the Hammerstein Ballroom, ending the concert early.
Witnesses said he was performing a cover of the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" when a prop featuring two large pistols collapsed onto him. In one video, he can be seen trying to shield himself with his hands as the prop collapses.
He was taken to a hospital and will be recuperating at his home in Los Angeles.