Legendary Latin rock guitarist Carlos Santana reportedly collapsed on stage on Tuesday as he was performing at the Pine Knob Music Theatre in Clarkston.

The 74-year-old reportedly passed out at the Michigan performance but showed some positive signs on his way out. He could be seen waving to fans as he was wheeled away on a stretcher as shown in some photos shared by WJBK-TV.

It was also added that someone from the crowd sought prayers for the rock legend allegedly due to a serious medical condition

According to a report from TMZ, Santana collapsed as a result of heat exhaustion and dehydration. However, it was added that he was doing well later on Tuesday night according to a representative of the 74-year-old artist.

At one point, Santan reportedly felt a bit woozy and ended up sitting down in front of the drums early in a set. He eventually collapsed backward.

Santana has reportedly performed 32 dates since Mar. 25. He also took some time off after undergoing an unscheduled heart procedure in December, Variety reported.

According to Santana’s manager, Michael Vrionis, the 74-year-old is now doing well. However, the concert scheduled for July 6 at the Pavilion at Star Lake in Burgettstown, Pa. has been postponed to a later date.

The incident occurred during Santan’s summer-long “Miraculous Supernatural 2022” tour alongside Earth, Wind & Fire that launched on June 17. The tour was originally scheduled to run through August.

Two weeks after that, Santana was originally set to resume his longstanding residency at the House of Blues in Las Vegas through the end of September before resuming for two more weeks in November.

Moreover, Santana is also working with filmmaker Rudy Valdez on an upcoming biography documentary that will be produced by Imagine Documentaries and Sony Music Entertainment.

Carlos Santana
Musician Carlos Santana rehearses prior to Game Two of the 2015 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers at ORACLE Arena on June 7, 2015 in Oakland, California. Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

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