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Lispy UK tour moved due to Ebola
03/11/2014 00:00:00
by Showbiz Reporter
 
UK shows re-scheduled ... Ninja Lipsy
 
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THE UK tour by Tocky Vibes, Lipsy and Kinnah has been re-scheduled to mid-November, organisers confirmed this week.

Initially set for October 31 and November 1, the shows have now been moved to the weekend of the 15th of November.

Explained the organisers: “Due to a delay in the allocation of work permits, mainly as a result of a need for further clarification on travel conditions due to the Ebola Outbreak, we have had to re-schedule the show.

“Our reputable agent has worked tirelessly to ensure the issuance of these.

“It is with deep regret that we have had to change the dates, but due to the value and importance we place on the people that matter to us, the fans, we have endeavored for the show to go on.

“Ticket sales will commence through our official channels and ticketing partners week commencing Monday 3 November 2014.

“As you will already be aware, it is our policy that no tickets will be sold until all formalities with artists and relevant authorities are confirmed. This is purely to safeguard our fans and customers.

“We look forward to seeing you on the 14th and 15th of November for what promises to be an “Ebola-Free” blockbuster show.”


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