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June 30, 2004 at 12:59 pm #3294Jamie McKeymaster
>> David Bowie, who was due to headline the Oxegen festival on July 11, has
>> been forced to pull out from all European festival dates
>> David Bowie, who was hospitalized last week due to a pinched nerve in his
>> shoulder, has been forced to cancel his July festival dates, according to
>> statement on his official website.
>> In Ireland, this would mean Bowie’s withdrawal from the headlining slot at
>> Oxegen on July 11. However, event promoters MCD are yet to make any
>> A statement issued on Bowie’s official website reads:
>> “Due to the continuing pain and extreme discomfort from a trapped/pinched
>> nerve in his shoulder and to prevent possible further injury, David Bowie
>> has been advised by his doctors to cancel his performances at the eleven
>> remaining European festival dates throughout July.
>> “Due to the unpredictable nature of the condition and in an effort to give
>> fans as much warning as possible, (and indeed, to aid promoters in finding
>> replacement headliner in time for the festival dates) David very
>> agreed to take the advice.
>> “David, and everybody involved with the tour, is very sorry for the
>> that this difficult decision may have caused. We realise that many of you
>> will have lost money on non-refundable travel and festival tickets.
>> “But, anybody that knows David will understand that he doesn’t take these
>> decisions lightly and I’m sure you all realise how bad he will be feeling
>> about not being able to complete the tour.”
>> Despite the continued pain, Bowie had been performing festival dates
>> throughout last week. On Wednesday night, in Prague, he was forced to cut
>> concert short and on Friday he was hospitalized following his appearance
>> the Hurricane Festival in Scheesel, Germany.
>> At this stage MCD cannot confirm any scheduling changes to the Oxegen
>> line-up. But with recent tragic events in the Muse camp, the fate of
>> Sunday’s Ticket Stage headliners is also in doubt.
>> Bill Howard, the father of Muse drummer Dominic Howard, suffered a heart
>> attack and died following the band’s performance at Glastonbury on Sunday
>> night. Issuing a statement on their website, the band announced the
>> cancellation of their Wednesday night gig in Bergamo, Italy, “with
>> on other shows pending”.
>> Stay tuned to hotpress.com for further updates and an official statement
>> from MCD regarding Bowie and Muse.
>> The Hot Press Newsdesk
June 30, 2004 at 1:28 pm #13079AnonymousInactive
And this is important because????
June 30, 2004 at 1:51 pm #13084AnonymousInactive
Its important because I’m heading up there for a few beers and i want to see BOwie.
June 30, 2004 at 1:56 pm #13086AnonymousInactive
I tend to wade through the more general interweb boards on the occasions when I need to know stuff like this.
Anyhow, I suppose this is the type of thing General Discussion is all about.
June 30, 2004 at 3:02 pm #13093Jamie McKeymaster
Ah lads, you’ll talk about the football but not a concert? :cool:
It’s public information, and as people are going they should know these things :)
June 30, 2004 at 3:08 pm #13094AnonymousInactive
There was talk of football on here? Sacrilege!
That’s it, I’m handing back by IGDA membership immediately!
July 1, 2004 at 3:22 pm #13127AnonymousInactive
It doesn’t have to be game related:
July 1, 2004 at 3:46 pm #13129AnonymousInactive
aahh crap! i was looking forward to see him.
last year the white stripes canceled the day before Witnness, that sucked!
i haven’t bought my tickets yet, anyone else going?
July 1, 2004 at 3:58 pm #13131Aphra KKeymaster
I’ve no problem with some unrelated stuff in the general discussion….like I had my first trip on the luas this morning..me and the rest of Dublin it seemed..
first impressions – slow! Think I could have walked into town just as quick..
July 2, 2004 at 6:37 am #13135AnonymousInactive
i haven’t bought my tickets yet, anyone else going? [/quote:8de3152bdc]
Yeah I’m going to head up with a few mates, have a few beers(when I asy a few i’m mean 100), listen to a few tunes. The usual. Hope it doesn’t bloody rain.
July 4, 2004 at 6:52 pm #13154AnonymousInactive
July 4, 2004 at 11:58 pm #13155AnonymousInactive
my sister has tickets and now can’t go, to i can get them :D
i heard they r putting another 1000 up for sale…just a rumor
July 5, 2004 at 12:09 am #13156AnonymousInactive
Some one from MCD was on the radio saying they have sold all the tickets they are going to sell, and they have filled practically all of whatever number of people that can be there under the event’s licence. But you never know….
The government might extend the licence to two days as they did with U2 ;)
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