November 12, 2009 6:17

Abandoned Morrissey Liverpool show to be rescheduled

Promoters say refunds will be offered to those who can't make the show

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The promoters of Morrissey's abandoned Liverpool Echo Arena gig are hoping to restage the show.

The show which was halted Saturday night (November 7) after Morrissey was hit by a drink, is currently being reorganised.

"Event organisers are working with the artistes representatives to explore all ways of restaging the abandoned concert," a statement from the gig promoter read. "Everyone involved in the show is deeply upset that the actions of one individual have spoiled the evening for the thousands of genuine fans and for Morrissey himself," they added.

Going on to say that fans who can't attend the event will be given a full refund, they also asked for "patience while we work to try and resolve [the issue]."

Morrissey also cut short a gig last month after he collapsed onstage in Swindon.

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