Lewis Capaldi cancels performing at We The Fest 2023 due to..

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Lewis Capaldi announced on his Instagram that he decided to take a break from his current tour due to his worsening mental and physical health condition. He suffers from [a href="#tourome"]Tourette syndrome[/a], a neurological disorder that causes involuntary movements and vocalizations. He said that he was struggling to cope with the impact of his syndrome on his voice and performance.
He apologized to his fans and thanked them for their support and understanding. He also expressed his hope to visit Indonesia soon. He canceled not only his show in Jakarta, but also his shows in Europe and America for the next three weeks.
The organizers of We The Fest, Ismaya Live, confirmed the cancellation of Lewis Capaldi’s show on their official Instagram account. They said that they were looking for a replacement and hoped to deliver good news soon. They also asked the audience to pray for Lewis Capaldi’s speedy recovery.
We The Fest is a music festival that will be held on July 21-23, 2023 at GBK Sport Complex in Jakarta. It features international and local artists such as The Stroke, The 1975, Daniel Caesar, Sabrina Carpenter, DeVita, Gigi, Hindia, and Efek Rumah Kaca.
[b id="tourome"]More detailed information about "Tourette's syndrome"[/b]
Some people with Tourette’s syndrome may also experience other conditions, such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety, depression, or learning difficulties.
The effects of Tourette’s syndrome can vary from person to person. Some people may have mild tics that are not very noticeable or bothersome, while others may have severe tics that interfere with their communication, daily functioning, and quality of life. Some of the worst effects of Tourette’s syndrome are:
[ul][li]Physical pain or injury from frequent or violent tics, such as head jerking, biting, or hitting.[/li][li]Social isolation or stigma from being teased, bullied, or misunderstood by others because of the tics.[/li][li]Emotional distress or low self-esteem from feeling embarrassed, ashamed, or guilty about the tics.[/li][li]Academic or occupational difficulties from having trouble concentrating, following instructions, or completing tasks because of the tics or the associated conditions.[/li][li]Legal problems from unintentionally saying or doing something inappropriate or offensive because of the tics, such as swearing, gesturing, or touching.[/li][li]People with Tourette’s syndrome may benefit from various treatments, such as medication, behavioral therapy, counseling, education, and support groups. These treatments can help reduce the frequency and severity of the tics, improve the coping skills and self-confidence of the person with Tourette’s syndrome, and increase the awareness and acceptance of others about the condition.[/li][/ul]
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