Stones Cancel Concert

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Frontier Touring have announced that The Rolling Stones have been forced to cancel the next date of their Australian tour after singer Mick Jagger developed a throat infection. It is the second time this year the band has been forced to cancel in Australia.

“He is under strict doctor’s orders to rest his vocal chords for the next few days in order to recuperate for the remainder of the tour,” said the statement.

“This means the scheduled show at Hanging Rock near Melbourne on Saturday November 8 is unfortunately cancelled.”

A spokesman said: ‘The Rolling Stones are incredibly disappointed to cancel the Hanging Rock gig and to disappoint their fans but were left with no other option’.

The next scheduled show is Sydney on Wednesday November 12.

The statement continues:

All fans who purchased through Ticketmaster will receive a refund on their tickets for the Hanging Rock show as follows:

If you booked online or over the phone, Ticketmaster will refund your purchase back to the credit card used to purchase the tickets. It can take some time to process, so please give Ticketmaster up to 5 days to process your refund before you start to worry.

If your original card has expired or is no longer valid (prepaid Visa and MasterCard included), you’ll need to get in touch with Ticketmaster’s Customer Service Team via 136 100 between 9am – 8pm AEDT Monday to Saturday, or 9am – 5pm AEDT Sunday. Please contact Ticketmaster by Wed 13th Nov and they will arrange a refund via cheque.

If you purchased tickets at a Ticketmaster outlet, you’ll need to swing by one more time with the tickets and credit card used to make the booking. The outlet staff will help you with your refund.

Brian Wise

Brian Wise was the Editor of Addicted To Noise‘s Australian site from 1997 – 2002. The site won two ONYA Awards as Best Online Music Magazine in 1999 & 2000. He has also been Editor since its reincarnation in 2013. He also presents the weekly music interview program Off The Record on 102.7 Triple R-FM (rrr.org.au) in Melbourne. It is networked to 45+ stations across Australia on the Community Radio Network and is a four-time winner of the Best Music Program Award from the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia. In 2012, it was nominated as a finalist in the Excellence in Music Programming category. Brian was also the Founding Editor & Publisher of Rhythms Magazine and is now its Senior Contributing Editor.

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