Erasure cancel Neon Show tour
By Steve O'Brien | February 2, 2022
Erasure have announced that they have cancelled all future shows on their Neon Show tour.
The news comes via an email from the pair’s Erasureinfo website. “We are very sorry to announce that, due to unexpected family circumstances beyond anyone’s control, we have had to make the extremely difficult decision to cancel the remaining stages of The Neon Tour and we will therefore no longer be playing our planned shows in the UK & Europe, South America or North America this year,” it states. “Refunds are available at point of purchase.
“Vince and Andy are both well,” it continues, “and, although they are bitterly disappointed to be forced to cancel the rest of the tour, they would like to send their sincere apologies to anyone affected by the cancellations. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to being able to play to everyone again soon.”
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Steve O'BrienSteve O’Brien is a writer who specialises in music, film and TV. He has written for magazines and websites such as SFX, The Guardian, Radio Times, Esquire, The New Statesman, Digital Spy, Empire, Yours Retro, The New Statesman and MusicRadar. He’s written books about Doctor Who and Buffy The Vampire Slayer and has even featured on a BBC4 documentary about Bergerac. Apart from his work on Classic Pop, he also edits CP’s sister magazine, Vintage Rock Presents.