Sunday, April 27, 2014

HAIM Cancels Tonight's Show at Cannery Ballroom

Posted By on Sun, Apr 27, 2014 at 10:47 AM

Bummer news for fans of sleek sisterly pop: Tonight's sold-out HAIM show at Cannery Ballroom has been canceled. Tornadic activity is the culprit. Here's the official word from the band:

HAIM regrettfully have to cancel their Nashville performance tonight at The Cannery Ballroom. Tornado and severe weather warnings prevented the band from traveling out of Tulsa last night. HAIM is very sorry to cancel and would never do s unless there were no other option available. The band hopes to find a way to return to Nashville soon, but in the meantime, all tickets will be refunded.

Well, there are still tickets left to tonight's Tom Jones show at the Ryman, if you're looking for something to do. The folks at Cannery have an official statement as well. See that after the jump.

We at Mercy Lounge, The Cannery Ballroom, et al, are very disappointed to be the bearers of this unfortunate news and hope to be able to work with the band to reschedule another appearance in Nashville in the future.

Until that time, tickets purchased through our ONLY authorized online seller, TicketWeb, as well as those purchased through HAIM's fan club (via CrowdSurge) will be refunded directly to the purchaser by the respective company.

Customers who purchased their tickets through our ONLY authorized retail partners, Grimey's, The Groove, Parlour & Juke AND Fond Object, may return their ticket to the venue box office for a refund between the hours of the 5pm and 10pm today OR during the afternoon and regular box office hours next week.

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