Shock rocker Marilyn Manson has canceled his Arizona State Fair concert.
Manson was scheduled to perform on October 26, but he's postponing the show due to a recent concert injury.
Good news for Manson fans, though: The singer will return to the Valley in January for a show at The Van Buren.
The State Fair show isn't the only concert Manson had to cancel.
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After sustaining a leg-crushing injury when a giant prop pistol fell on him while performing at New York City's Hammerstein Ballroom on September 30, Manson has canceled at least nine other shows.
Fans who've already purchased State Fair tickets online will have their credit cards automatically refunded. Those who paid with cash will need to bring tickets back to the box office for a refund.
Manson's rescheduled appearance at The Van Buren is set for January 10.
Tickets to the show will range in cost from $59.99 to $65, and will be available to purchase online starting on Friday, October 20.