The June 20 show at the American Airlines Center in Dallas will be one of the last shows for Van Halen this year. See them while you can!

Fans can also catch them June 22 in San Antonio and June 24 in Houston, but as you've probably heard, everything after June 26 has been cancelled. Shows in Cleveland, El Paso, Detroit, and other spots have been ditched.

So what's the deal?

There's been talk of poor tickets sales and fighting among band members, but David Lee Roth says that's not it.

In a video response to all the talk, David Lee Roth says, "As usual, we bit off way more than we could chew when it came to scheduling. The band is winning, but our schedule has been sidelined for unnecessary roughness," he says. "We're gonna take a break and we're gonna come all the way back around, because this tour is gonna take about two years."

So it's a break, not a cancellation.

At least the guys aren't too worn out yet, and are still willing to come to Texas. After that they'll play a show in New Orleans, and then hang it up for awhile.

The Dallas show is almost sold out, so we know there's not a lack of interest in Texas.