Lou Reed cancels US live dates

Lou Reed has cancelled a series of West Coast United States shows through the month of April, including two performances at the Coachella festival. The cancelled shows were in Coachella on April 12 and 19, San Francisco on April 14, Monterrey on April 16 and April 17 in Los Angeles. The five cancelled dates were his only listed upcoming shows. No reason has been given for the cancellations. According to a brief statement posted on website for the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, “This show has been cancelled due to unavoidable complications.”

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Lou Reed has cancelled a series of West Coast United States shows through the month of April, including two performances at the Coachella festival.

The cancelled shows were in Coachella on April 12 and 19, San Francisco on April 14, Monterrey on April 16 and April 17 in Los Angeles.

The five cancelled dates were his only listed upcoming shows.

No reason has been given for the cancellations. According to a brief statement posted on website for the Orpheum Theatre in Los Angeles, “This show has been cancelled due to unavoidable complications.”

Reed recently made a surprise appearance at a playback celebrating his 1972 album Transformer.

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