Carlos Santana, the legendary guitarist, is doing fine after collapsing on stage at a Tuesday night show in Michigan, not far from Detroit. 

The 74-year-old performer fainted on stage at Pine Knob Music Theatre in Clarkston, Michigan. 

Social media users saw photos and videos of medical staff attending to Santana while he was performing. 

As he was wheeled away, he appeared to wave to the crowd, which was met with applause from the remaining attendees. 

Manager Michael Vrionis told CBS News that Santana had "heat exhaustion and dehydration." 

The statement said he was being observed at a local hospital, where he was "doing well." 

According to Vrionis, Santana's scheduled performance in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania, for Wednesday night has been rescheduled for a later date. 

Now, Santana is on the road for his Miraculous Supernatural tour.