No explanation given for the delay
The band's planned winter tour has been pushed back until next year, according to a post on Richie Furay's Facebook page. "For those of you getting excited about the Buffalo Springfield fall tour – word has just come to me that it has been moved to the first of next year," he wrote. "I'm not going to spend a lot time here with details as you speculate among yourselves – there's nothing to speculate about, the tour has simply been moved."
The band wrapped a seven date mini-tour in June when they headlined the Bonnaroo Festival. They were scheduled to play a large tour in October, but it's perhaps a dispute over how large that tour would be that has forced the band to reassess their plans.
Rolling Stones spoke to Richie Furay last month at Bonnaroo when he told them "The plan is to do 30 dates this fall. The anchors will be Los Angeles and New York. What the other cities are, I can't tell you right now – but we're almost certainly doing Red Rocks."
Backstage at the festival, Furay and Stills spoke more about the reunion. "This time I can actually play the guitar," Stills said. "But not for long, according to certain physicians." Stills did seem a bit alarmed when Furay mentioned a "30-plus" date tour for the fall. "Thirty plus?" he said. "Well, they better have a break. Cause if we have this much trouble with six, I can't imagine 30."