The 'Run' hitmakers have been forced to reschedule their Canadian shows in Edmonton this evening (04.09.18) and Calgary on Thursday (06.09.18), as the 49-year-old rocker has had vocal trouble like the U2 frontman - who had to end the Irish band's show in Berlin, Germany, over the weekend after his voice failed whilst attempting to hit the notes on 'Beautiful Day'.
Quipping on Twitter in a statement to fans announcing the reschedule shows, Dave wrote on the band's Twitter: ''FF RESCHEDULE 2 CANADA DATES DUE TO ILLNESS
''That's the last time I ever make out with Bono'' - DG
9/4 Edmonton & 9/6 Calgary. New dates - Edmonton 10/22 Calgary 10/23
Tix honoured for new dates. If refund is required, refunds available @ point of purchase until 9/25 (sic)''
Fans who had purchased tickets will be able to attend the new dates of October 22 in Edmonton and October 23 in Calgary, or receive a full refund at their point of purchase if they are unable to make the shows.
In June, during the European leg of the US rockers' 'Concrete and Gold' tour, Dave had to reassure fans that his voice wasn't permanently damaged after reports surfaced suggesting his growling wasn't the same at their shows at the time.
The 'Learn to Fly' hitmaker explained that kissing his four-year-old daughter Ophelia goodnight was to blame for his husky voice as she had a cold.
The former Nirvana drummer - who also has nine-year-old daughter Harper and 12-year-old Violet with his wife Jordyn Blum - said: ''The week before the tour my four-year-old got f***ing sick, I'm at home with her all week and I'm like, 'Oh God no, no, no please don't do it' but she wants a kiss goodnight every night!
''I try to give her the cheek but she wants the lips and then on the flight over to Germany I start to feel it, I'm like f*** I'm getting a fever, I'm feeling sore.
''Then the next show my throat closes up on me.
''I've got a f***ing cold, there's nothing I can do!''