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Bell Biv Devoe and Ginuwine Australian Tour Cancelled

by Paul Cashmere on August 7, 2012

in Live,News

Bell Div Devoe and Ginuwine are no longer coming to Australia. The tour, due to start later this week, was cancelled today.

Bell Biv DeVoe

Bell Biv DeVoe

Promoters Illusive and Frontier Touring Company released a cryptic statement saying, “Due to unforeseen circumstances that are not yet able to be fully disclosed for legal reasons, the highly-anticipated near sold-out tour cannot go ahead”.

The first ever Australian tour for Bell Biv Devoe and Ginuwine was originally announced for May 2012 and then postponed until August.

Frontier and Illusive say they have spent the past 72 hours trying to resolve the issue but to no avail.

Refund details are:

BRISBANE & SYDNEY
For patrons who purchased ticket(s) using credit card via Ticketek, you will receive a refund of the full purchase price within ten (10) business days.

Any tickets purchased using cash or EFTPOS will need to be returned to point of purchase along with valid photo ID to collect the refund

MELBOURNE
Refunds will be processed automatically back to the credit card used at the time of purchase for tickets booked via phone, agency or internet. Please allow up to 10 business days to receive your refund.

Any tickets purchased using cash or EFTPOS will need to be returned to point of purchase along with valid photo ID to collect the refund.

PERTH
Tickets purchased via credit card via BOCS, you will receive a refund of the full purchase price within ten (10) business days.

For tickets purchased via other means at an agency, patrons will need to take their tickets to any BOCS Ticketing agency and have them refunded.

Dates effected are:

August 9, Perth
August 10 and 14, Melbourne
August 12, Brisbane
August 15, Sydney

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