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Lorde’s Australian Tour Postponed Due To Illness

22 April 2014

Lorde’s Australian Tour Postponed Due To Illness

It is with much regret that Frontier Touring announce that Lorde has had to postpone her upcoming Australian tour, scheduled to commence in Melbourne this Thursday 24 April.

Under doctor’s advice, Ella Yelich-O'Connor will return to New Zealand for immediate rest and recuperation in order to regain complete health and continue touring for the rest of the year.

"It breaks my heart to have to postpone these shows as the band and I absolutely love playing to Australian crowds, and it was not a decision we made lightly. I know I need to focus on getting better in order to perform at my best. We'll be with you as soon as we can, Aussies." - Ella Yelich-O'Connor

Rescheduled dates are being presently worked on for Lorde’s Australian tour and will be announced as soon as possible. If the new dates are not suitable, rest assured you will be able to secure a refund.

While we encourage fans to hold on to their tickets the option to secure a refund is now available to you via the official ticketing agency you purchased from. Patrons will be able to secure a refund for the value of their tickets and fees and charges incurred in purchasing the ticket. To obtain a refund, please contact:

Apr 24 & 26 | Melbourne | Festival Hall | Ticketmaster.com.au | 136 100
Apr 27 | Adelaide | AEC Theatre | Ticketek.com.au | 132 849
Apr 29 | Perth | Challenge Stadium | Ticketmaster.com.au | 136 100
May 2 & 3 | Sydney | Hordern Pavilion | Ticketek.com.au | 132 849
May 4 | Newcastle | Entertainment Centre | Ticketek.com.au | 132 849
May 6 | Brisbane | Riverstage | Ticketmaster.com.au | 136 100

More updates on the rescheduling of the Australian dates will be made available via www.frontiertouring.com/lorde as soon as available.

ENDS

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