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Roger Daltrey performs Tommy

Roger Daltrey performs Tommy

Roger Daltrey Australian Tour Cancelled

by Paul Cashmere on February 14, 2012

in Live,News

Roger Daltrey has pulled out of his upcoming Australia tour and Bluesfest appearance citing “unforeseen scheduling conflicts” as the reason.

Roger Daltrey performs Tommy

Roger Daltrey performs Tommy

A statement from promoter Chugg Entertainment says, “Mr Daltrey is sorry to disappoint his fans and hopes to reschedule tour dates in the near future.”

Refunds are being offered for the Sydney and Melbourne shows and for Bluesfest ticket holders with a one-day ticket to see Roger’s show at Byron Bay on Monday April 9.

For tickets purchased by credit card either online or by telephone, the full purchase price will be refunded automatically. All seven days for this to come through.

For tickets purchased by cash or EFTPOS refunds are available from your point of purchase, head office agencies or by post. (Refunds will only be given to the original purchaser with photo identification. Refunds are not available from Westfield agencies).

SYDNEY/CANBERRA:
In person at:
Head Office Agency Sydney – Ticketek@Level 5, Castlereagh St Westfield Sydney
Head Office Agency Wollongong – WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong
Head Office Agency Canberra – Akuna St, Canberra

If posting tickets back please mail to the following address and include a small note outlining your
request and a cheque will be issued (for cash purchases).

Ticketek Cancelled Show
Roger Daltrey
GPO Box 1610, Sydney NSW 2001

MELBOURNE:
In person at:
Head Office Agency Melbourne- 225 Exhibition St, Melbourne
Head Office Agency Crown, The Palms at Crown, Level 1 West End Crown Entertainment
Centre, Southbank
Head Office Agency Melbourne Olympic Park, Rod Laver Arena, Batman Ave
Melbourne

If posting tickets back please mail to the following address and include a small note outlining your
request and a cheque will be issued (for cash purchases).

Ticketek Cancelled Show
Roger Daltrey
GPO Box 2940, Melbourne VIC 3001

PERTH:
In person at:
Head Office Agency Perth, Burswood Entertainment Complex, Burswood
Head Office Agency Subiaco, Regal Theatre, 474 Hay St, Subiaco

If posting tickets back please mail to the following address and include a small note outlining your
request and a cheque will be issued (for cash purchases).

Ticketek Cancelled Show
Roger Daltrey
PO Box 210, Burswood WA 6100

For more information go to:
www.chuggentertainment.com
http://bluesfest.com.au/
http://www.thewho.com/index.php?module=roger

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