Due to an illness in the band, moe. are cancelling most of their dates this month, including their show at Railroad Park on Saturday, July 28. All ticketholders will be refunded immediately and an official statement from the band is included below. Any further questions can be directed to Todd Coder at email@example.com.
moe. has canceled most of their July dates while drummer Vinnie Amico recovers from an undisclosed illness (believed to be mono). The band will still play a few of their upcoming festival dates and hopes to return to the road on July 31.
A statement from the band reads:
As you all may know, moe. played the past 4 shows with percussionist Jim Loughlin on drums because Vinnie has been sick. Although Vinnie is starting to feel better, he still needs some time to recover. With regret, we are cancelling most of our remaining summer dates. Jim will play drums with moe. on Saturday at the Great South Bay Music Festival in Patchogue, NY. We hope and anticipate Vinnie will be able to return for the 7/31 Wilmington NC show, our opening set with the Allman Brothers in Atlanta on 8/1 and for moe.down.
We would like to thank all our fans and all the promoters for their understanding and support. And a heartfelt thank you for all the well wishes to Vin. A few of the shows will be made up on the fall tour. We will update those once they are re-scheduled. At this time, refunds will be made for the 11 canceled shows at the point of purchase.
Once again, thank you for your support,
moe. and the .org
moe. has cancelled their following shows:
JUL 15 House of Blues Cleveland, OH
JUL 17 Slowdown Omaha, NE
JUL 19 Vilar Performing Arts Center Beaver Creek, CO
JUL 20 Ogden Theatre Denver, CO
JUL 21 Ogden Theatre Denver, CO
JUL 22 SOL Santa Fe Santa Fe, NM
JUL 25 Crossroads Kansas City, MO
JUL 26 Cain’s Ballroom Tulsa, OK
JUL 27 George’s Majestic Lounge Fayetteville, AR
JUL 28 Railroad Park Birmingham, AL
JUL 29 Jannus Landing St. Petersburg, FL