LONDON GIGS CANCELLED

Concerts are postponed following terrorist attack…

As expected, following this morning’s (July 7) terrorist attack in LONDON, gigs across the city have been called off.

So far Sum 41 have announced that their show at the Astoria is cancelled, along with Nate James whose Shepherd’s Bush Empire gig is also off.

Prodigy were due to play London Carling Brixton Academy, but that is also off.

El Presidente have also cancelled their gig this evening at the The Underbelly in Hoxton.

This evening’s Queens Of The Stone Age gig at Somerset House is also off, although organisers say they’re looking to rearrange the show.

A statement reads: “Somerset House has announced that tonight’s concert by Queens of the Stone Age will be postponed, due to the current situation in central London. Somerset House and the band’s management are in discussion about re-scheduling the date, and an announcement will be made early next week. The rest of the Somerset House Series is unaffected at this time.”

NME.COM has been told their club date at Koko in Camden will not take place.

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