Singer Michael Bolton has rescheduled his Gallo Center for the Arts performance to 7 p.m. Feb. 7.
Bolton canceled Wednesday's sold- out show in the center's 1,250-seat Rogers Theatre because of laryngitis. Ticket holders for the canceled date can see the February performance, get credit to see another show at the Gallo Center or get refunds.
Doug Hosner, director of marketing and public relations at the center, said only about 50 to 60 people didn't get the word that Wednesday's show was canceled and came to the Gallo Center anyway.
Center employees called as many ticket holders as they could and announced it on Facebook and on www.modbee.com. A small number of people drove in from the Bay Area and had hotel reservations.
"So far as I know, we've only had to do about 10 refunds," Hosner said. "People have been really wonderfully understanding under the circumstances."
Bolton is best known for his 1980s and '90s hits such as "How Am I Supposed to Live Without You" and "When a Man Loves a Woman." He is a competitor on the current season of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars."
For details about Gallo Center ticket exchanges and refunds, call 338-2100.