August 26, 2009 17:26

Maximo Park cancel entire North American tour

Band cite illness as the reason

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Maximo Park have cancelled the entirety of their North American tour, which was due to kick off September 6 at the Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle and conclude in Washington DC on September 25.

The band's publicist cited illness as the reason for the cancellation. The band said in a statement, "We regret to inform you that, for personal reasons, we've had to cancel our tour of the USA and Canada, which was planned for September.

"We wholeheartedly apologize to everyone who was looking forward to seeing us perform and we will do everything we can to reschedule the shows. We've always enjoyed visiting North America in the past and are bitterly disappointed to be missing out this time. When we return, it'll be with as much energy and passion as ever."

Ticket refunds will be issued at the point of purchase.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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