Entries tagged with: postponed
Due to the weather conditions in New York we won't be able to fly out for the sold out SOBs show tomorrow but don't worry we are rescheduling for a later date and will be there ASAP. Be safe in the snow and I'll see you guys soon.
Listen to Malibu standout "Come Down" below...
photo: Deafheaven at Webster Hall in 2015 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
The Lamb of God / Anthrax / Deafheaven / Power Trip tour was supposed to hit NYC on Saturday (1/23) at Hammerstein Ballroom, but due to weather it's been moved to Monday (1/25). All tickets will be honored. The show is sold out but resale tickets are available. Their NJ show for Tuesday (1/26) at Starland Ballroom is still on as planned (tickets),
as is Anthrax's signing at Rough Trade NYC on Monday. (Update: Signing is cancelled.)
Updated dates are listed below...
Hey you guys... Happy Holidays to each and every one of you. I need you to know, I learned today, from my doctors that I must have surgery soon. It breaks my heart to tell you that I am forced to postpone the Unbreakable Tour until the spring. Every date will be rescheduled. Please hold on to your tickets. They will be honored in a special way when the new schedule is announced. Please pray for me, my family and our entire company during this difficult time. There will be no further comment. I love you all so much and am ever grateful for your understanding and your love. Gon' b alright.Affected dates include the Barclays Center and NJ's Prudential Center shows in February. No word on new dates or if this will affect the summer leg of the tour -- which includes stops at PNC Bank Arts Center and Jones Beach. Stay tuned.
photo: The Who in Austin in April (more by Tim Griffin)
THE WHO today confirmed that they are postponing all remaining dates on their "THE WHO HITS 50!" North American tour. They had initially postponed FOUR shows on doctors orders after Roger Daltrey contracted a mystery virus. Initially it was hoped that the rest of the tour might proceed, but after extensive tests the seriousness of his condition became apparent when doctors diagnosed Roger as having viral Meningitis and prescribed a period of rest. The band apologize to fans and realize that the postponement will cause an inconvenience for ticketholders. It wasn't a decision taken lightly-THE WHO always give their fans 100% and were never going to compromise the show, but ultimately the band had no alternative but to postpone the tour.Get well soon Roger! The affected dates include NYC-area shows on 10/25 at Prudential Center and 10/26 at MSG. The band promises, "Tickets for the original dates will be honored for the new shows, which will be announced shortly." All affected dates are listed below.
Roger was particularly disappointed as he had been especially looking forward to the Teen Cancer America benefit in Los Angeles, a charity that he and THE WHO have worked tirelessly for. Thankfully he is already getting better and said, "We are very sorry to disappoint our fans in this way. For the last four weeks, I have been in and out of the hospital and have been diagnosed with viral Meningitis. I am now on the mend and feeling a lot better but I am going to need a considerable time to recover. The doctors tell me I will make a complete recovery, but that I should not do any touring this year."
Pete Townshend added, "We are rescheduling all the shows for next Spring 2016. We apologize to all our fans who have supported us in the last 50 years. Once Roger is completely well we will come back stronger than ever and Roger and I will give you all a show to remember."
photo: The Movielife at Irving Plaza in February (more by Mimi Hong)
The Idobi Meltdown festival this weekend at Starland Ballroom has been postponed. We will be announcing a new fall festival date with The Movielife + very special guests at Starland Ballroom soon! All tickets for the 6/27 date will be honored at the new date. Customers who purchased tickets to Lifetime ONLY on 6/26 via AXS will automatically receive a refund within 7-10 days. Refunds for all other tickets will be available by request at point-of-purchase.Bummer! You can still see The Movielife and Lifetime at Riot Fest Chicago, and The Movielife at Long Island's Today's Mixtape Festival.
Bad news, comedy fans. The Mighty Boosh's Noel Fielding has postponed the upcoming NYC run of his new comedy show that was supposed happen at Theater for the New City (June 8 - 13) "due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts with cast and crew." Dates are being rescheduled, specifics still to be determined. Refunds are available at point of purchase (and if you bought online, the refund is automatic). Stay tuned.
Melody's Echo Chamber was supposed to be in the US this week, playing Levitation Fest in Austin on Sunday (5/10) and shows in NYC and LA right after. Unfortunately she's not going to make it due to -- you guessed it -- visa issues. Her NYC show, which was scheduled for May 12 at Music Hall of Williamsburg, will now happen at MHOW on August 25. Tickets are on sale, tickets from the original date will be honored and refunds are available at point of purchase.
For folks going to Levitation this weekend, Chelsea Wolfe has been added in Melody's place.
photo: Twin Shadow at Central Park in 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Twin Shadow have released an official statement about the multi-vehicle accident outside Denver, CO on Friday that involved both of the band's tour busses:
Driving on Friday morning April 17th, Twin Shadow's tour bus hit a tractor-trailer on Interstate 70 in Aurora, Colorado. The circumstances surrounding the accident are being investigated.We wish everyone involved a speedy recovery. All dates, including his still-scheduled appearance at NYC's Governors Ball, are listed below.
There were 12 people on the tour bus consisting of band and crew. Everyone was taken to two local hospitals. At this time both driver John Crawford and Twin Shadow drummer Andy Bauer remain hospitalized, in serious condition. George Lewis Jr. AKA Twin Shadow will be undergoing reconstructive hand surgery this week.
While everyone involved in the accident recovers, Twin Shadow are postponing tour dates scheduled for April 21- May 22nd.
The band and crew send a heartfelt thanks to everyone in Colorado and beyond who have helped through this difficult time.
We will update you as we have more information.
photo: Earl @ Pitchfork Fest (more by James Richards IV)
apologies to the 6. we gotta reschedule tonights engagement due to fucking around and not bulking up like how i know i needed to for tour.— EARL (@earlxsweat) April 14, 2015
Toronto, Baltimore, Boston, Montreal, Philadelphia, DC, NYC and possibly other dates on the Earl Sweatshirt / Vince Staples tour that was set to hit NYC's Best Buy Theater on 4/18 are being postponed as we speak. Venues have been announcing new August dates. The new NYC date is August 22, though it's not clear at this second if the entire show lineup will be the same (Earl is the headliner, and so he is definitely still on all postponed shows).
In other news, Earl is Kendrick Lamar's favorite rapper right now.
In other other news, LA production duo Christian Rich, who previously worked with Vince and Earl on Earl's Doris album (as well as with N.E.R.D., Drake, J Cole and more), put out a new song today featuring Vince Staples called "High." Pharrell associate Bia is on it too. Listen below.
More info on the Earl/Vince tour as we get it. List of dates postponed so far, below...
Here's a familiar story: Spanish band Hinds are having some minor visa problems, which means they won't be in the country in time for what was to have been their US debut at Baby's All Right on Friday (3/13). They write:
bad news guys. tomorrow show at Baby's alright in Brooklyn is cancelled.Bummer! Hinds will now play Baby's All Right on April 1 (doors at 11 PM) with The Yetis. Tickets are on sale now, and previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new date. Hinds also play Mercury Lounge on March 31 and tickets are still available for that show too.
we are stuck in Madrid cause the US Embassy has our passports, which means that we couldn't fly yesterday to NY as planned.
we are so so so so sorry guys... we know there are more than 150 tickets already paid. we've been working in this visas-burocratic mess for the last three months but the process got stuck in this last step, out of our hands.
UPDATE: Hinds' visas got approved and they're flying in Saturday, and have been added to Palma Violets' show Saturday night (3/14) with Show Me the Body and Sunflower Bean playing too. It's sold out but if you're going, get there in time to catch Hinds.
You can catch Hinds in Austin for SXSW too, so look out for them if you're going next week. All dates are listed below...
UK artist SOAK was to have made her US live debut here in NYC tonight (3/12) at Rockwood Music Hall. Unfortunely travel delays have forced the show to be postponed. Instead she'll now play two shows at Rockwood Music Hall on Sunday (3/15) at 5 PM and 11 PM. If you purchased tickets previously for tonight's show, please contact TicketFly for more information. Tickets for the rescheduled shows are currently listed as "sold out" but they may still be sorting out the situation.
UPDATE: 5PM show is sold out but you can still get tickets to the 11 PM show.
The reunited new wavers Spandau Ballet were to have the NYC area for two dates in February as part of their 2015 tour. Much of that tour got rescheduled to coincide with the theatrical release of Spandau Ballet documentary Soul Boys of the Western World. The rescheduled NYC-area dates are Red Bank, NJ's Count Basie Theatre on May 1, NYC's Beacon Theatre on May 2, and Long Island's Theatre at Westbury on May 3. Tickets to Count Basie Theatre, and Beacon Theatre & Theatre at Westbury are on sale now, and previously purchased tickets will be honored and refunds are available at point of purchase.
This weekend's West Coast dates in California still happening as originally scheduled. All Spandau Ballet tour dates are listed, along with the trailer for the documentary and two music videos, below.
London Grammar @ Lolla (more by James Richards IV)
"Due to unavoidable scheduling conflicts, it is with great regret that we have had to postpone our tour dates in November. We apologize to all of our fans for any inconvenience caused and look forward to seeing you in January and February 2015 for what we hope will be a very special tour." - Dan, Dot and Hannah / London GrammarThat's the announcement. Their NYC show at Terminal 5, originally scheduled for November 11 will now happen on January 27 and tickets are on sale now. (Refunds are available at point of purchase.) The new dates are listed below....
Due to scheduling conflicts, London Grammar have postponed their November tour and will now be returning to North America in January. Tickets already purchased will remain valid for the rescheduled dates. Refunds are available at the point of purchase.
Twin Shadow have postponed many dates on their upcoming tour, including the NYC show that would have happened at Terminal 5 on October 28. The show will be rescheduled to a later date TBA. All tickets will be honored at the new date, and refunds will be available at point of purhcase. Here's the statement Twin Shadow, posted to his Facebook,on his (somewhat vague) reasons for the cancellations:
To all of our awesome fans, I am very sorry to announce that we will be postponing this Fall's North American ECLIPSE TOUR. There are a lot of really great things going on behind the scenes of Twin Shadow that I want to tell you badly about, but we need to take some time to make sure everything settles perfectly. While the band is more than excited to getAll dates that are NOT cancelled are listed below...
out on the road and see you, there have been several moving parts that have lead us to re-evaluate the time that we have to launch our North American ECLIPSE TOUR. As our ambitions with the live show and the music grow, we want to make sure we get it right.
The Horrors @ Austin Psych Fest 2014 (more by Tim Griffin)
Dear friends, family, supporters, deadly sworn enemies and othersThe reshuffling of The Horrors' tours means postponing much of their fall North American tour with Moon Duo. West Coast dates are still happening, but the rest of the country will have to wait until later. Except NYC, that is: The Horrors' show at Music Hall of Williamsburg on November 5 has been canceled but the Stage 48 show, originally scheduled for November 4, will now happen on October 21. Tickets are still available, all previously purchased tickets will be honored, and refunds are available at point of purchase.
Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond our control we have had to reshuffle our US and European tours at the end of this year. We can only apologise to anyone who already has tickets to the dates affected - we hate cancelling shows but this situation was unavoidable. We'll be back on the road next year and make sure we return to all the places we missed on this run.
Updated Horrors tour dates are listed below...
Sad to say, due to immigration issues, my American tour dates are postponed for now. For those of you with tickets, refunds will be available at point of purchase. Super bummed about this.The above message was posted to Venetian Snares' Facebook regarding his upcoming North American tour. The tour would have hit NYC on July 11 at Glasslands and July 12 at The Studio at Webster Hall. Stay tuned for new dates TBA.
All affected dates are listed below...
The War on Drugs, Woods & Julianna Barwick Northside Festival show scheduled to take place in 50 Kent tonight is postponed due to RAIN.
Omar Souleyman also just cancelled his Glasslands show (though the DJs are still playing, no cover).
BrooklynVegan's showcase is going on as planned! Doors at 8:00.
Lots of other stuff to do tonight too.
Omar Souleyman at BV-CMJ 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Bad news, Omar Souleyman fans: tonight's show at Glasslands (6/13) (part of Northside) has been postponed till August 6. due to travel issues (maybe this giant storm that is currently drenching NYC?). Dutch E Germ is still performing with a Prince Rama DJ set and the show is now completely free. Tickets from tonight's show will be honored for the new date. For refunds contact Ticketfly.
Gramercy in 2012 (more by Greg Cristman)
We recently mentioned that most of the shows at NYC venue Gramercy Theatre were cancelled due to the 'A Night With Janis Joplin' residency, which was moving to that venue from Broadway. Now it looks like all of those shows have been cancelled (or postponed indefinitely) too. via The Associated Press:
Fans of "A Night With Janis Joplin" will just have to hold on, hold on.Refunds for the shows will be available at point of purchase.
Producers said Wednesday they have had to postpone indefinitely the off-Broadway opening "due to production issues." The show made a splash on Broadway in October and was to open Thursday at the smaller Gramercy Theatre in Chelsea.
The Gramercy Theatre schedule is now looking very empty.
Va Fangul! (more by Kyle Dean Reinford)
Broken Social Scene frontman Kevin Drew will not be making it to the United States as soon as planned. In his own words:
We have been forced to postpone this Thursday's show at the Bowery Ballroom due to visa complications.Updated tour dates are listed below...
Show rescheduled for Monday April 28th. Tickets and details here.
* All tickets from April 3 will be honored on April 28. Refunds are available at point of purchase. *
I'm not sure why this is happening...really, truly. Twelve years of doing visas and coming down to America with hopeful fists and I have never had a problem like this one. I've been told that red tape and bureaucracy are part of the situation, but it does not do any justice to the idea of having to cancel a whole week of radio sessions, TV appearances and a live show love fest. We submitted in time and we did everything that we needed to do.
The US government has not given me my work visa yet so I have to cancel everything. There are more questions of worth entering into the fold. The US government obviously has the right to delay visas for whatever reasons they want BUT it would be such a huge help if they were consistent with their requests, so that people like myself can be a part of the country's business and culture. I would like to warn other artists, agents and labels and make this known so that they can be more prepared and hopefully avoid a situation like this. It is a very complex and unpredictable process which in turn makes it very difficult to keep a career going in the US. It sucks and it's a huge hit in terms of trying to reach the people with my record... but it's also just how it is sometimes. So, all I can do is apologize to the ones who were coming out to the show, the ones who were having us on their shows and hopefully reschedule everything. This is out of our control... but they can't control our hearts. We own our hearts. I look forward to hopefully making them all pound whenever this whole thing gets cleared up. See you soon. xo - Kevin
Everything But the Girl's Ben Watt was to play his first-ever U.S. solo shows (with onetime Suede guitarist Bernard Butler backing him) this coming week -- including two in NYC -- in support of his new solo album, Hendra. Unfortunately...
I am beyond disappointed. In spite of punctually jumping through every hoop, and getting our work visas approved by the US Embassy in London, it seems both Bernard and I are now stuck in a bureaucratic bottleneck, and the US authorities will, for whatever reason, not be able to deliver our passports - containing the visas - back to us on time. We will not be able to come to the US next week. We are utterly powerless. I still can't believe we are being forced to postpone. For what it's worth, I gather we are not the only artists being forced into this invidious position. I will re-schedule at the earliest opportunity. Sorry to let everyone down. Ticket-holders should contact local venue.NYC shows were to have been Joe's Pub on April 1 and Rough Trade on April 2. Let's hope they get rescheduled soon. In the meantime, you can hear a new track from Hendra (out 4/29) -- the surprisingly rocking "Nathaniel" -- below.
Bad news Allman Brothers Band fans. The group have had to postpone the remainder of the Beacon Theatre run due to Gregg Allman recovering from bronchitis. Postponed dates include shows on Tuesday (3/25), Wednesday (3/26), Friday (3/28) and Saturday (3/29). New dates have not been announced yet. Says representatives of the band:
All ticketholders should retain their tickets, which will be honored for the soon-to-be-announced rescheduled engagements. Those ticket holders desiring refunds may obtain them from the original point of purchase.Feel better, Gregg!
As discussed, legendary composer Ennio Morricone was slated to hit North America later this month for a pair of select shows--one at LA's Nokia Theatre at L.A. Live on March 20 and one at the Barclays Center's Cushman and Wakefield Theatre on March 23. Those concerts have now been postponed until June--Brooklyn on June 13 and LA on June 15. Additional tickets for his Barclay's Center performance are on sale now. BAMcinématek's "The Music of Morricone" film series will run as planned from March 20-22.
Streams of a few of Morricone's classic scores lie after the jump...
Justin Timberlake is currently on a tour which comes to NYC this week and was supposed to hit NYC tonight (2/19) and Thursday (2/20) at Madison Square Garden. Unfortunately, due to health reasons, JT had to postpone tonight's show until Friday (2/21). All tickets purchased for tonight's show will be honored on Friday, and you can still pick up tickets for both shows. If you can't make it on Friday, refunds are available at point of purchase.
The five or so inches of snow Hercules dumped on NYC wouldn't normally be enough to cause too much havoc, but couple that with falling temperatures that are due to drop all the way down to 1° Fahrenheit (the coldest night in 10 years, reportedly), and that makes for weather most folks want to avoid. It's also caused a few cancelations and postponements tonight, show-wise.
Glasslands is closed tonight, meaning the early show of Yvette, Christines and Future Punx has been postponed till February 21. All tickets will be honored and refunds are available at point of purchase.
Tonight's late show with Toronto's Egyptrixx was also canceled, but he'll now be DJing at Cameo's basement with Judge Wise, and Evan Michael. Tickets are $5 with RSVP. From the looks of Glasslands' twitter, his show there (which would have been the NYC debut of his A/V show) will still be rescheduled at some point.
And Swearin' were to have headlined Brooklyn Night Bazaar tonight, but "due to the inclement weather and the fact that [they] are all scattered along the east coast at the moment, [they[ are unfortunately going to have to cancel." The three other bands on the bill -- Cymbals Eat Guitars, Porcelain Raft and Low Fat Getting High -- are still playing and that show is free.
And, as mentioned, Saturday's (1/4) Stryper show at Stage 48 ain't happening.
Whatever you do tonight, wrap up tight and stay warm. Any other cancellations we missed?