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Friday, February 8, 2013

OFF! Cancels Great American Music Hall Show This Saturday

Posted By on Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 10:13 AM

click to enlarge OPF!: Canceled due to sickness.
  • OPF!: Canceled due to sickness.

Update, 12:18 p.m.: Since no make-up date has been set, all OFF! ticketholders will be refunded at their place of purchase. This Saturday's show at Great American Music Hall will feature Negative Approach, Bad Antics, and Guantanamo Dogpile. Tickets are $5 online or at the door.

Original post: The L.A. punk madmen of OFF! have canceled their show this Saturday, Feb. 9 at Great American Music Hall due to illness -- but the show may go on with the openers playing for free.

Unfortunately OFF! had to cancel its entire West Coast run, beginning with its San Diego and L.A. dates, according to the band's publicist. The S.F. date is expected to be rescheduled in the "very near future," according to the folks at Great American Music Hall. Refunds will be available for ticket holders, but only after the rescheduled date is announced.

Meanwhile, the show's promoters say they're working on making Saturday's show a free event with veteran Detroit hardcore outfit Negative Approach and upstart So-Cal punks Bad Antics, who were set to open for OFF!. When we have a final word on that, we'll let you know.

-- @iPORT


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