If you caught Suicidal Tendencies over the weekend in New York City, consider yourself lucky.
The death of one of the band members’ parents has forced the group to postpone the remainder of its tour. The band issued the following statement: “Sunday night, [we] played [New York] to 2,000 old and new school Cycos! It’s always great to hit the East Coast and catch up with a lot of our friends, bands and family. Unfortunately, [that] show will be the last show of this tour.”
The statement continues that “one of the band members had a parent pass away suddenly and needed to fly home to be with his family in this difficult time and handle all the funeral arrangements.” That sucks, guys. I am so sorry for your loss. I speak for everybody when I say, “We understand, guys. Do what you have to do.”
The band “decided it would be best to postpone the remaining shows and make them up sometime next year. We appreciate your understanding, your thoughts and your prayers. Please give us a few days and we will try and let those who already have tickets know how to get refunds. Again, we are so sorry to have to postpone these shows, but hope that everyone will be able to understand, and we’ll do our best to make the dates up.”
The postponed dates include:
11/17/2010: Metro – Chicago, IL
11/18/2010: Cabooze – Minneapolis, MN
11/20/2010: Summit – Denver, CO
11/21/2010: Sunshine Theatre – Albuquerque, NM
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