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Thursday, October 6, 2011

Peter, Bjorn and John Cancel All Three Bay Area Shows

Posted By on Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 4:42 PM

click to enlarge The end of that banana split is kind of disappointed.
  • The end of that banana split is kind of disappointed.

Looks like those of you looking forward to the local stop of Swedish indie-pop band Peter, Bjorn and John's food-themed All You Can Eat Tour will be going hungry: Earlier today, the group canceled all three of its scheduled Bay Area shows this weekend.

"The injuries is unfortunately not healing and after getting worse for the last couple of days we have no other choice," the band wrote on its blog.

Peter Bjorn and John had been scheduled to play Great American Music Hall tonight, the New Parish tomorrow, and Slim's on Saturday.

"To all our fans in San Fransisco and Oakland, really sorry that we can´t make it this time. We will make it up to you someday, we promise."

No word yet on when the canceled dates will be rescheduled. Ticket refunds are available at place of purchase.

So sorry hungry fans, you'll have to go sate yourselves somewhere else.

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