By Jonathon Dornbush
Updated November 21, 2014 at 09:33 PM EST
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Taking the advice of her doctors, Cher has canceled the 29 remaining stops on her Dressed to Kill Tour.

Cher posted an announcement to her website on Nov. 20, stating that “with enormous regret,” she will not be performing any of the remaining dates on the tour, which included stops in Texas, New York, Ohio, Michigan, and several other states.

Several September tour dates had previously been postponed due to an infection that affected Cher’s kidney, and they had been rescheduled for this month. However, all dates from November through her Feb. 4, 2015 show in Fargo, North Dakota have been canceled.

Cher’s doctors had advised her to take more time to recover after the September postponement, and so the decision was made to end the tour.

Refunds will be available at the point of purchase for those who have already purchased tickets.

Cher took to Twitter after the announcement to personally apologize to her fans.