Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Extreme postpone Australian dates due to Rihanna tour conflict

Extreme have postponed a series of Australian dates in April due to Rihanna’s world tour scheduling.

“Due to an unforeseen conflict in scheduling, Extreme regret that they will be postponing their previously announced 2013 April Australian tour,” posted the group. “The band are looking forward to returning to Australia and reconnecting with their loyal fans and are working with Lennard Promotions on rescheduling the tour. All tickets purchased will be fully refunded and revised dates for the tour will be announced at a later time. Extreme and Lennard Promotions regret any inconvenience that this rescheduling may cause for those who have already purchased tickets and look forward to announcing revised dates as soon as possible.”

Extreme's plans have changed due to Nuno Bettencourt’s commitments as touring guitarist for Rihanna. The pop superstar kicks off her 2013 tour in early March, with shows currently announced into the month of May.

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