November 16, 2009 16:41

Morrissey's Liverpool Echo Arena show won't be rescheduled

Organisers 'unable to reschedule' gig cancelled after drink throw

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Morrissey's cancelled November 7 show at the Liverpool Echo Arena won't be rescheduled, organisers have announced.

The former Smiths singer walked offstage at the gig after being hit by a drink thrown from the crowd. Organisers had initially said they were attempting to reschedule the show, but have now claimed that they are "unable" to do so.

"The event organisers have been unable to reschedule the Morrissey concert," a statement from the promoters read. "As previously notified, refunds will be available to all customers who purchased tickets from authorised outlets. Where possible customers will be notified directly by email."

Echo Arena general manager Tim Banfield said Merseyside Police were informed about the incident earlier this month.

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