January 28, 2011 11:12

A Day To Remember postpone tonight's (Jan 28) Glasgow show A Day To Remember Tickets

Band reschedule show, bur other dates remain unaffected

A Day To Remember postpone tonight's (Jan 28) Glasgow show

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A Day To Remember have been forced to postpone the first date of their UK tour tonight (January 28) in Glasgow.

The show, which was due to take place at the O2 Academy, has now been moved to next Monday (31).

The band were forced to move the date after a snowstorm in Florida left them stuck in the USA.

"We hate having to do this," the explained yesterday, "but due to bad weather keeping us in the USA, we're postponing tomorrow's show. We have our new flights booked, we're ready to go, and we apologise for the inconvenience. We will see you guys very very soon!"

Original tickets for the new date remain valid and the band's other tour dates are unaffected, beginning with their show at Manchester O2 Apollo on Sunday (30).

A Day To Remember will now play:

Manchester O2 Apollo (January 30)
Glasgow O2 Academy (31)
Newcastle O2 Academy (February 1)
Birmingham O2 Academy (2)
Bristol O2 Academy (3)
Brighton Dome (4)
London O2 Brixton Academy (5)

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