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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Tonight's Morrissey Show at the Fox Theater Has Been Canceled

Posted By on Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 2:57 PM

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See also: Top 10 Morrissey Song Titles That Describe Your Anguish About His Canceled Show

Update 2: Folks at Another Planet Entertainment, the show's promoter, say they're working quickly to get a new date for the Morrissey performance. The date will be posted on the APE website when it's confirmed. Fans are advised to hold on to their tickets to tonight's show -- they'll be honored on the new date.

Update: Morrissey's drummer, Matt Walker, hurt his eye, which is why the band cannot play tonight. His publicist says the injury is not expected to affect any other tour dates.

Original post: Just got word from Morrissey's publicist that tonight's sold-out show at the Fox Theater in Oakland has been canceled.

No explanation for the cancelation was given. But you may remember that last time Morrissey came to Oakland in 2009, he also canceled his show -- allegedly because he was sick. (It didn't please his fans that Moz was seen out at DNA Lounge the night he was supposed to be too ill to play.)

"More details will be given as they become available," his publicist wrote.

Information on refunds was not immediately available, but we'll update this post as we learn more.


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