Former Sugarfree frontman Ebe Dancel has announced that his upcoming 20th anniversary concert for the Dramachine record will be rescheduled.

The concert, which was originally supposed to be held on January 26 at 123 Block, will now be held on February 3. In a statement published by the singer-songwriter, he wrote, “To my fans, I regret to inform you that due to concerns about my health, the Dramachine 20 Years Concert, set for January 26, 2024 at 123 Block has been rescheduled to February 3, 2024. All previously sold tickets will be honored on the rescheduled date. However, for those who are unable to attend due to prior engagements, rest assured, full refunds will be facilitated (refund details will be emailed to you).”

“I sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and look forward to delivering an unforgettable performance on the new date. I will recover soon and the show will go on. Hope to see you on February 3, 2024, 12 3Block. I really hope to still see you all there. Thank you for your understanding.”

There are four ticket tiers for the concert, which range from P1,200 to P3,300 or P3,600, depending on the special vinyl ticketholders may avail of through the promo. Fans can choose the vinyl for either “Habangbuhay” (Forever) or “Bawat Daan” (Every Road) from Dancel’s solo project. Tickets are still available via Backspacer Records.

Sugarfree released Dramachine in 2004. The record is composed of some of their biggest hits such as “Tulog Na” (Sleep), “Prom,” and “Hari Ng Sablay” (King Of Failing). The band released a series of hit albums such as Sa Wakas (Finally), Tala-Arawan (Diary), and Mornings and Airports before disbanding in 2011.

Listen to Sugarfree’s Dramachine below.