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Amanda Palmer & the Grand Theft Orchestra Tour Postponement

Amanda Palmer & the Grand Theft Orchestra Tour Postponement

The Frontier Touring Company regret to advise the postponement of Amanda Palmer & the Grand Theft Orchestra’s tour of Australia and New Zealand.

With great sadness, Amanda Palmer & the Grand Theft Orchestra have decided to postpone the majority of their upcoming show dates globally so that Amanda is able to stay in Boston with her best friend Anthony, who has cancer and is now in treatment with an uncertain outcome

Always closely connected with her fans, Amanda has shared details of this heartbreaking time via her blog. Read more here:

http://www.amandapalmer.net/blog/20121206/

The band’s upcoming Australian and New Zealand show dates will be rescheduled, currently expected to run through September/October 2013. Additional information about these rescheduled shows will come to light once confirmed in the coming weeks.

All tickets purchased to the January and February show dates will be valid for the rescheduled shows. Current ticketholders will not need to purchase new tickets to gain entry to these show dates.

Those seeking a refund before the rescheduled dates are announced, please contact your relevant ticketing agency directly:


AMANDA PALMER & THE GRAND THEFT ORCHESTRA
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2013

Sun 27 Jan Auckland | Q Theatre POSTPONED

For refunds - Ph: 09 309 9771 or boxoffice@qtheatre.co.nz

Wed 30 Jan Wellington | San Fran Bath House POSTPONED

For refunds - Ph: 0800 111 999 or customer.help@ticketmaster.co.nz

Fri 1 Feb Melbourne | Forum Theatre POSTPONED

For refunds - Ph: 1300 111 011

Thu 7 Feb Sydney | Enmore Theatre POSTPONED

For refunds - Ph: 132 849

Sat 9 Feb Byron Bay | The Northern POSTPONED

For refunds - Ph: 1300 762 545 or info@oztix.com.au

Sun 10 Feb Brisbane | The Tivoli POSTPONED

For refunds - Ph: 132 849

Thu 14 Feb Perth | Astor Theatre POSTPONED

For refunds - Ph: 08 9370 5889 or boxoffice@showticketing.com.au

Sun 17 Feb Adelaide | Thebarton Theatre POSTPONED

For refunds - Ph: 08 8225 8888 or bookings2@venuetix.com.au

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