Chromeo Australian Tour Cancelled -


Chromeo Australian Tour Cancelled

by Paul Cashmere on July 2, 2018

in News

Canadian funk duo Chromeo have cancelled their Australian shows for 2018.

Dave 1 and Pee (aka Chromeo) cite health reasons for the sudden cancellation.

“To our funkateers & chromettes in Australia,

We are truly sorry to announce that our upcoming July shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Splendour In The Grass have been canceled. It’s been so long since we’ve visited you last and we were so excited to play for you. Unfortunately, the rigors of our touring schedule have caught up with us and we need to prioritize our health and well being. We’re being told that this period would be best served as a time to rest. This was not an easy call to make. We hope you understand. Please know that we’re doing everything we can to reschedule our time in Australia. We will see you all soon.

Lots of love,
Dave and Pee”

Dates cancelled are the 21 July show at Max Watt’s, Melbourne and the 22 July show at the Metro in Sydney as well as the duo’s Splendour In The Grass appearance.

Chromeo refund details

Those who have purchased tickets to Chromeo’s Melbourne show (Max Watt’s, Saturday 21 July) will be refunded by Oztix, noting the details below:

Oztix will automatically refund the ticket price directly back to the credit card on which the order was purchased. It can take up to 5 – 10 working days for a refund to be processed back to the card

Those who have purchased tickets to Chromeo’s Sydney show (Metro Theatre, Sunday 22 July) will be refunded by Ticketek, noting the details below:

Online/Telephone: If you purchased tickets online or via phone, the purchase price of your tickets will be refunded automatically to your credit card. Please allow 15 days for the refund to come through.

Outlet/Agency: If you purchased your tickets at a Ticketek agency, please take your tickets back to the place of purchase for a refund.

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