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Mac Miller Australian Tour Postponed

by Paul Cashmere on December 22, 2015

in Live,News

All Mac Miller Australian dates for January have been postponed.

Promoter Frontier Touring has issued the following statement:

“Today, it is with regret that Mac Miller is announcing the postponement of his upcoming Australian tour dates. After three long months on the road, playing over 70 shows in 90 days, he is postponing his trip due to exhaustion”.

Mac adds:

“THANK YOU TO MY LOYAL FANS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND FOR ALL OF THE SUPPORT OVER THE YEARS. I WOULDN’T WANT TO PERFORM FOR YOU UNLESS I WAS 100% HEALTHY AND ON TOP OF MY GAME. I PROMISE I WILL BE BACK TO ROCK WITH YOU GUYS SOON.”

Have now have the opinion to hold their tickets for the revised shows or apply for a refund.

While we encourage fans to hold on to their tickets, the option to secure a refund is now available to ticketholders via their point of purchase.

Frontier Touring wishes to apologise for any inconvenience caused and advises that revised dates are already in the works for 2016. New dates will be announced in the new year and if they are not suitable, rest assured ticketholders will still be able to secure a refund.

Updates on the rescheduling of Mac Miller’s Australian tour dates will be made available via frontiertouring.com/macmiller and facebook.com/frontiertouring once confirmed.

TOUR DATES

Saturday 2 January – Forum Theatre, Melbourne | POSTPONED
Monday 4 January – Enmore Theatre, Sydney | POSTPONED
Tuesday 5 January – The Tivoli, Brisbane | POSTPONED

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