28/11/2019

Snow Patrol Cancel Belfast Shows

Snow Patrol have said they've been forced to cancel two shows in Belfast this week due to illness.

The gigs were set to take place on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 at the Waterfront Hall as part of their 'Reworked' tour.

They were cancelled just one day after the band said they were "gutted" to have cancelled a show in Dublin.

The Belfast concerts will be rescheduled, with information and dates to follow soon.
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A spokesperson for the band said: "The shows'll be within the next few weeks. We of course looked into rescheduling the Dublin show but there is no suitable availability (we are deeply sorry about that)."



(JG/CM)

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