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Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Winehouse Cancels on SF: We have rehabs here too, Amy!

Posted By on Tue, Aug 21, 2007 at 5:54 PM

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2007 will forever be known as the summer of rehab. White girls, black guys, it don't matter, everyone sang along as Britney, Lindsey, Paris, and Richie all got some time outs. And we were going to end that summer swilling four fingers of jack with Amy Winehouse at the Warfield 9.21. Too bad the bitch couldn't hang. ... d2

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

AMY WINEHOUSE/PAOLO NUTINI (co-headline)

Fri. and Sat., September 21 and 22

CANCELED. Refunds at place of purchase

The Amy Winehouse/Paolo Nutini show originally scheduled for The Warfield, September 21 and 22 has been canceled. Refunds available at place of purchase.

Due to the rigours involved in touring [uhem, drugs], Amy Winehouse has been advised to postpone her upcoming September US and Canadian tour dates. All ticket holders may obtain refunds at their point of purchase. Amy's European and UK tour dates in October and November remain in place. Plans are being made to reschedule her US tour for early 2008. Until then, Amy has been ordered to rest [ahem, stop doing drugs] and is working with medical professionals to address her health [love of delicious, sweet heroin].

JUST ANNOUNCED!

ON SALE SATURDAY, AUGUST 25TH AT 10AM!

KBLX SOUL MUSIC FESTIVAL

with Erykah Badu, After 7, Guy and Loose Ends

Sat., September 29, 7:00PM

Sleep Train Pavilion

Tickets are $99.00, $75.00, $49.50 and $35.50 for reserved seating and $29.50 for GA Lawn

Purchase a four pack of lawn tickets for $89

ON SALE SUNDAY, AUGUST 26TH AT 10AM!

THE AUSTRALIAN PINK FLOYD SHOW

'playing Dark Side of The Moon in it's entirety, plus a greatest hits set'

Sun., October 14th, 8:00PM

Nob Hill Masonic Center

Tickets are $45.00 and $35.00 for reserved seating plus applicable service charges

Second Show Added!

TORI AMOS

Sat., December 8, 8:00PM

The Paramount Theatre, Oakland

Tickets are $55.50 and $37.50 for reserved seating plus applicable service charges

BOYS LIKE GIRLS

with All Time Low, The Audition and We The Kings

Fri., October 26, Doors 6:00 PM/ Show 7:00PM

The Warfield

Tickets are $19.99 general admission (main floor) and $19.99 reserved seating (balcony) plus applicable service charges...all ages

THE HOLD STEADY

with Art Brut

Tue., November 6, Doors 7:00 PM/ Show 8:00PM

The Warfield

Tickets are $25.00 general admission (main floor) and $25.00 reserved seating (balcony) plus applicable service charges...all ages

PAT MONAHAN

'The Voice That Drives Train'

Mon. and Tue., October 8 and 9, Doors 7:00 PM/ Show 8:00PM

The Fillmore

Tickets are $30.00 general admission plus applicable service charges...all ages

GALACTIC featuring: Chali 2na (of Jurassic 5) and Boots Riley (of The Coup)

with Lifesavas

Sat., October 13, Doors 8:00 PM/ Show 9:00PM

The Fillmore

Tickets are $28.50 general admission plus applicable service charges...all ages

MINUS THE BEAR

with The Helio Sequence and Grand Archives

Tue., November 6, Doors 7:00 PM/ Show 8:00PM

The Fillmore

Tickets are $20.00 general admission plus applicable service charges...all ages

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