BLUES PILLS FORCED TO DISCONTINUE HEADLINING TOUR 10 April 2014
Multi-cultural blues rockers Blues Pills are forced to discontinue their current headlining tour through Europe & the UK due to illness. The band released the following statement:
"We are deeply saddened to announce that because of serious illness we have to cancel the remaining dates on our European Tour. Our hearts are broken. Nothing gives us more joy than playing, and we were looking forward to the places we would go, shows we would play, and people we would meet.
"But in this situation, health is the number one priority. We're very sorry to all the fans, and the promoters who are let down. Please send us your positive thoughts."
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The UK dates listed below have been cancelled:
April 22nd - Manchester, Star & Garter
April 24th - Glasgow, Audio
April 25th - Nuneaton, Queens Hall
April 26th - London, Camden, Desertfest.
For ticket refunds please contact your point of purchase.The band will try to make good for these cancelled shows as soon as possible, and as of now this Summer's festival schedule remains confirmed as it is.
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Best wishes for a speedy recovery.