Carlos Santana, a legendary US guitarist, has fallen on the stage at an open-air concert in Detroit, Michigan.
On Tuesday, Clarkston's medical personnel treated the 74 year-old and he was transported to an emergency department at a local hospital for observation.
Santana, a Mexican-born child, wrote later on his Facebook page that Santana "forgot" to drink water and that "so I became dehydrated and passedout".
Michael Vrionis, his manager, said that the musician was doing well.
He said that the show in Burgettstown on Wednesday, which was scheduled for Wednesday, would be "postponed to a future date".
New footage has emerged that shows Santana being lifted off the stage at Clarkson’s Pine Knob Music Theatre. The video shows Santana waving to the crowd as he is being taken off stage on a stretcher.
Representatives of the 10-time Grammy Award winner claimed that he was suffering heat exhaustion as well as dehydration.
Santana, the guitarist, and his band have been on tour in North America performing their Miraculous Supernatural show.
They became famous in the 1960s and 1970s for their pioneering blend of Latin American jazz and rock 'n roll.
Black Magic Woman, The Game of Love, and Oye Como Va are some of the biggest hits of the band.
Santana is today considered one of the most important guitarists of all times, due to his distinctive style, which includes long sustained notes, Latin rhythms, and dextrous runs.
Prince said that he had more influence than Jimi Hendrix and that Santana was prettier.
He was inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. Rolling Stone magazine placed him at 20th place on its 2015 list of 100 greatest guitarists.
Santana and the other members of the band were positive for Covid in February and had to cancel several shows.
After an unscheduled and unspecified heart procedure, the guitarist had to cancel a number of Las Vegas performances.