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Issues Replaces Of Mice And Men On A Day To Remember Tour

by Paul Cashmere on November 28, 2016

in News

Atlanta band Issues has replaced Of Mice and Men who have dropped off the A Day To Remember Australian dates due to illness.

Singer Austin Carlisle has had health issues recently forcing the band to cancel the remaining dates on their most recent European tour and now Australia.

A statement from Of Mice and Men reads:

“Due to Austin’s ongoing recovery from recent surgeries, Of Mice & Men are saddened to announce that they will no longer be able to join A Day To Remember on their Australian tour. The band appreciates your understanding and support of Austin’s daily struggle with his chronic illness, and we want our fans to know that he is taking the time and measures needed to recover from his extensive hospital stay. We hope to see you all soon.”

A Day To Remember dates

Saturday December 10, Red Hill Auditorium, Perth
Tuesday December 13, AEC Theatre, Adelaide
Wednesday December 14, Festival Hall, Melbourne
Friday December 16, Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
Sunday December 18, The Riverstage, Brisbane

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