Morrissey Shows Will NOT Be Rescheduled

Morrissey Shows Will NOT Be Rescheduled

Morrissey's management have issued a statement today (February 1) to say that the three postponed shows during the singer's recent London Roundhouse residency will not now be rescheduled for future dates.

Morrissey encountered problems with his voice on January 25, half way through a six-night run at the Camden venue and was forced to postpone the remaining dates on doctors orders to rest.

The organisers statement reads as follows, details of how fans will be able to get refunds are below:

"The organizers regret to announce that it has not been possible to reschedule Morrissey's 3 postponed January shows at the Roundhouse. The original 6 night run was completely sold out and the three shows that did take place were historic.

The Artiste and Promoters tried strenuously to reschedule the three shows but it proved impossible.

We would like to extend our apologies to all of Morrissey's loyal fans over this unavoidable situation.

Ticket holders for the abandoned Friday 25th Jan show will be automatically refunded to patrons Credit/Debit cards.

Ticket holders for the cancelled Saturday 26th Jan and Sunday 27th Jan shows should return their unused tickets to point of purchase for a refund.

Season tickets holders will receive a 50% refund of the cost of the six day ticket to reflect the three missing shows.

Once again the Artiste and Promoters would like to apologise all disappointed fans of Morrissey at this outcome.”

Click here for UNCUT's report from the opening night of the London residency


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