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AFI Cancel Big Day Out Appearances

For Immediate Release

AFI Cancel Big Day Out Appearances

BIG DAY OUT organisers regret to bring you the news that Californian hardcore band AFI will no longer be journeying to Australia and New Zealand for the 2006 BIG DAY OUT.

The band are currently in the studio working on their new album which is running late and is now not due for completion until next year. Plans for touring have consequently been put on hold.

The BIG DAY OUT is currently considering options for a replacement, so stay tuned.

Already Announced for the Full BDO tour:
THE WHITE STRIPES, IGGY & THE STOOGES, FRANZ FERDINAND, MUDVAYNE, SHIHAD, COMMON, MYLO, 2MANY DJs, SOUL WAX, KINGS OF LEON, THE MARS VOLTA, WOLFMOTHER, THE GO! TEAM, FAT FREDDY’S DROP, BREAKS CO-OP, BLINDSPOTT, ELEMENO P, PLUTO, SHAPESHIFTER, DJ SIR-VERE, FRONTLINE, SLEATER-KINNEY, THE MAGIC NUMBERS, BLEEDERS, BAITERCELL & SCHUMACHER, DJ JAMES MURPHY (LCD SOUND SYSTEM), END OF FASHION, CHE FU & THE KRATES, JEAN GRAE, THE SUBWAYS, EDAN, THE BRUNETTES, RHOMBUS, THE BATS, KITSCH, THE SNEAKS, GESTALT SWITCH, FAST CREW, THE LIVING END, GERLING, DEI HAMO, KID KENOBI & MC SHURESHOCK


For full show information and internet ticket bookings check out the website
www.bigdayout.com

ENDS

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